Reimagining Assessment: Measuring What Matters Most for Learner
Devin Vodicka
What will student assessment look like in the future? Nearly two decades after the No Child Left Behind Act, the most common measures of efficacy for public schools across the U.S. continue to be standardized tests, letter grades, and seat-time requirements. Today, however, we’re in the age of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which has functioned as a catalyst of sorts to reexamine how we measure success in schools. Schools are increasingly adopting more learner-centered approaches that reflect significant shifts from traditional approaches that once typified school. A post-industrial system of education will also require post-industrial measures of success. For example, districts are developing new philosophies on grading, as well as the specific practices needed to operationalize them.
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