Data integration solutions are sprouting up all over the K-12 education sector. But, unfortunately, too many of these solutions – often driven by district-specific needs – focus on integrating data only between two individual systems. For this reason, point-to-point solutions simply can’t be the right long-term solution for school districts’ interoperability needs.
Certica was recently invited to participate in the MasteryConnect Mastery Leadership Institute where school leaders from across the country were challenged to evaluate the use of assessment data at their schools. Attendees left inspired and ready to implement the practical challenges offered during the Institute.
A group of Missouri superintendents have formed a partnership aimed at improving testing programs. Idaho and Ohio approve science standards. Follow us on Twitter @CommonCorner for more education news.
The cloud-based hub and spoke model, with a persistent data hub at the center (often called an operational data store or ODS), surrounded by integrated transactional applications, is the ideal architecture for enabling secure, bidirectional integration and application interoperability.
Districts have an abundance of resources and support for taking decisive steps on the path toward interoperability: standards, technology, architecture and community to deliver sustainable, connected educational data systems.
States consider assessment changes as Mississippi debates replacing end of course assessments with ACT and Illinois considers leaving PARCC. Colorado considers adopting customized NGSS.
You have just completed a month’s worth of lessons, and now it’s time to measure your students’ progress. When crafting your formative assessment, how will you select the right reading passages to ensure your assessment effectively measures mastery?
There are many assessment content options out there, so how do educators find the one that’s best for them? This blog details the top 5 key considerations to consider.
In support of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), state education agencies are focused on student-centered education initiatives. In Nebraska, the vision of the State Board of Education is to provide a more balanced, student-centered system of assessment.
Computer Science Education makes news this month as the Governors’ Partnership for Computer Science Education expands membership and multiple states begin development and take steps towards approval of computer science standards. Students in Mississippi and New York are affected by a data breach at Questar.