Library

Center for Assessment team members write and present extensively on topics relating to assessment and accountability. As part of our mission and in order to increase and improve assessment and accountability practices nationally, we make our guides, presentations, papers, reports and other resources widely available.

Restart and Recovery: Assessments in Spring 2021

This CCSSO-sponsored paper outlines a range of technical issues for state leaders and assessment providers to consider as they prepare for their spring 2021 state summative assessments.

Authors:
Leslie Keng
Michelle Boyer
Scott Marion
Date:
2020-08-12
Introduction to Classroom Assessment Literacy Modules

RILS: Leveraging Assessment to Support Teaching and Learning Strand
August 18, 2020

Authors:
Carla Evans
Jeri Thompson
Date:
2020-08-11
Restart & Recovery: Assessment Considerations for Fall 2020

This CCSSO sponsored paper discusses assessment considerations for fall 2020, focusing on specific use-cases associated with key education stakeholders and offers 10 recommendations, which should be adapted to whichever re-opening scenario a school chooses.

Authors:
Scott Marion
Brian Gong
Will Lorie
Rebecca Kockler
Date:
2020-07-14
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Dealing with Exceptionality in State Accountability Systems

Often, factors related to school characteristics or context can impede a state’s ability to produce or implement a standard accountability system for all schools. This paper, prepared for the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Accountability Systems and Reporting (ASR) State Collaborative outlines a process and rationale for addressing exceptions in otherwise standardized school accountability systems. it illustrates potential pathways from exceptionality to system redesign, provides an overview of considerations and challenges specific to alternative schools, and describes some of the common exceptional circumstances states must address when implementing school accountability systems.

Authors:
Erika Landl
Carla Evans
Chris Domaleski
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Date:
2020-06-30