Charles County Public Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) are distributing individual reports this week to students who took the i-Ready program assessments earlier this fall. The reports will be sent home with the students this week starting Wednesday December 1st. The students who have taken the i-Ready assessments are asRead More →

Students in the La Crosse School District performed above the state average in reading, social studies and math. LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) – Students in the La Crosse School District performed above the state average in reading, social studies and math. The pandemic continues to hamper learning statewide. La CrosseRead More →

Albert Lea’s school board heard presentations on World’s Best Workforce program on Monday as well as data from the most recent MCA tests. In showcasing the world’s best workforce, Mary Jo Dorman, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, and Julie Eaton, Coordinator of Teaching and Learning, presented the board withRead More →

New Delhi: Teachers believe the way students are taught and assessed in schools will need to be changed in the post-Covid era, according to a study from Azim Premji University. The study, titled “Open Schools, Emphasis on Recovering Lost Learning: The Clear Voice of Teachers,” is based on responses fromRead More →

A female teacher wearing a face mask visits her classroom while learners are at home taking online classes or completing modules to continue their education amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In the Philippines’ first year of participating in the International Student Assessment Program, results showed that 15-year-old Filipino students ranked lastRead More →

The National Education Policy (NEP) has laid a solid foundation for transformational changes in the education sector. The sector has faced some of the major challenges including access to education, fee structure and e-learning issues. Technically, assessment also measures teachers’ effectiveness in explaining concepts, math, science, vowels in English, etc.Read More →

According to the release, three STAAR tests were affected by the connectivity issues, including writing in fourth grade, writing in seventh grade, and English I. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) As a result of connectivity issues with the State of Texas Assessments Online Test Platform for Teacher Readiness that disrupted testingRead More →