Ideas for transitioning to common core testing

Many states and districts are transitioning from paper to online assessments under the Common Core State Standards. Lessons learned by schools furthest along in the process include taking advantage of features such as the ability to adapt the testing process to the regular school day and students' unique needs. Other best practices include building on available technology and resources, preparing staff, participating in pilot testing, and ensuring that even the youngest students have the technical skills to be successful with the tests.

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