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Learning matters to everyone. Students, and everyone involved supporting their education, have questions about how well they are learning. The questions vary by role but answering them helps each stakeholder make a unique contribution to learning. By using good assessment practice, we can find the answers to questions at every...

How do you choose the right assessment? The answer depends on what questions you are trying to answer. Equally important is knowing how the assessment will get to those answers. From in-the-moment verbal feedback to technology-enhanced test items, modern assessment leverages a wide variety of techniques to surface evidence of student...

Joining forces with colleagues to share and interpret assessment results is a great way to enhance understanding of our students’ learning needs. Participating in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) is one effective way that we can facilitate this kind of collaboration. These PLCs can look different from school to school, but...