Education Week logo
This white paper is provided by ANet.

Reduce testing and reclaim assessments as tools for improving teaching and learning.

Let’s face it: “assessment” has become a bit of a jumbled mess in education. Good intentions, not-so-good outcomes. Educators are particularly frustrated with the amount of testing kids experience—and how little value it provides to teachers and students. 

But we have some good news: district leaders can reclaim assessment as a tool for improving teaching and learning. This report provides a step-by-step process that has helped our partner districts:

  • Return five days of instructional time
  • Gain up to 47 more days of high-quality content
  • Increase assessments that meet rigorous quality criteria from 18% to 94%
  • Shift from evaluation to useful data for teachers

Please complete the form to register for this FREE white paper. Your e-mail address may be used to communicate with you about your registration, related products and services, and offers sent to you directly from sponsors. Use of your personal information is otherwise protected according to the privacy policy.
Copyright (c) Editorial Projects in Education. All rights reserved.