Educator shares 4 recommendations for approaching assessments

08/28/2014 | Education Next

Fourteen teachers recently met in New York City to create a policy paper outlining their recommendations for approaching testing and assessment, writes Trevor Baisden, a fifth-grade English-language arts and history teacher who was part of the panel. In this commentary, he shares the four key recommendations, including that educators use data to improve instruction and that assessments be created with input from classroom teachers.

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