The unprecedented challenges of the pandemic reignited the assessment debate, with a focus on moving away from high stakes testing to a more balanced assessment approach. Last year, Instructure conducted a survey in which only 29% of parents and teachers felt high-stakes testing was an important measurement of their learning.
But what’s the impact of assessment on K-12 education? What does that mean for administrators, teachers and most importantly—students?
Join Instructure assessment experts and EducationWeek for part one of three of our Executive Level Series.
- An overview of six trends uncovered through our assessment-focused research study in partnership with Hanover Research.
- How K-12 teachers and administrators across the United States define the role of assessment in education today.
- How school districts can evolve their assessment approach in a way that better serves students.
- What lies ahead for the world of assessment in K-12 classrooms.
A transcript will be available for download from the resource list within five business days after the event.