How Can We Better Leverage Accountability Systems to Improve Student Outcomes?
By Chris Domaleski, Damian Betebenner, and Susan Lyons
In recent years, assessment and accountability have become charged terms to many. In fact, school accountability systems, influenced by results from standardized achievement tests, are among the most contentious aspects of contemporary education policy.
But how did we get here–and where do we go? This ambitious topic is one of several we are poised to tackle at the Center’s annual Reidy Interactive Lecture Series (RILS) on September 27-28, 2018.