Assessment Infrastructure & Costs
Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE)
Barry Topol
John Olson
Ed Roeber
Pat Hennon
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As policymakers consider the costs of new assessment systems, it is important to understand the costs of existing testing systems that have evolved at the local as well as state levels, currently pointed at improving performance on No Child Left Behind (NCLB) summative tests. To examine these...

Learning from Student Work
Center for Collaborative Education (CCE)
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The purpose of this resource is to help practitioners to reflect on question(s) of assessment practice, the Common Core State Standards, and Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DoK) framework by analyzing student assessment work.

Performance Assessment & 21st Century Learning
National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE)
Robert Rothman
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This resource focuses on the importance of adopting multiple policies to adequately help schools focus on “21st century skills,” deeper learning competencies—the ability to use knowledge to think critically and solve problems, to communicate effectively, to collaborate, to reflect on learning—...