As students return to learning this fall, they are going back in a variety of ways — in person, online or in some combination. This is creating issues for collecting and using education data consistently.
While this is a challenge, it also presents an immense, and overdue, opportunity to move away from data like standardized testing, which is a lagging and incomplete measure. How do standardized test results, received after a child has moved on to the next grade, help teachers actively improve student learning? Read more