This installment of Standards and Assessment News includes updates on the Florida Assessment Opt Out Lawsuit and details about standards updates in several states including California, New Hampshire and Tennessee.
This month, we are following several states as they announce plans to replace state assessment vendors. Meanwhile, Alaska and Ohio look to reduce testing requirements.
The summer months are busy as states continue to plan for new assessments and implement new learning standards. Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio and Wyoming are on the move in this edition of our Standards and Assessment News blog. Twice monthly digest posted here and daily news at @CommonCorner.
From coast to coast, we’re tracking happenings from across the country. This edition brings you learning standards and state assessment news from Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Iowa and elsewhere.
This edition of Standards and Assessment News shares CoSN’s recent report on online testing, as well as developments about the management and leadership of the SBAC and PARCC assessments.
We’re tracking news from across the country: Science standards are discussed in New Mexico and Texas, while Math is a topic in North Dakota and Wyoming. Rhode Island plans to adopt the Massachusetts state assessment. Check out our daily news digest on Twitter @CommonCorner.
Spring testing is in full swing. Check out news and updates regarding state assessments, changes to standards, and ESSA-driven moves. The twice-monthly digest is available here and daily news @CommonCorner.
States continue to search for new assessments and shift their learning standards. Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana and others are on the move, in this edition of our Standards and Assessments blog. Twice monthly digest posted here and daily news at @CommonCorner.
The landscape continues to shift: Smarter Balanced has requested proposals from companies like ACT and the College Board to create a test that could provide students with both a SBAC score and a college entrance score after one assessment. The new test would not replace the existing SBAC assessment, but would instead be a new offering.
Certica tracks a range of education news sources, to bring our partners the most up-to-date developments in states’ learning standards and assessments, nationwide. To get a state-by-state understanding of national standards adoption, browse our State Maps. Wondering how to manage the continually shifting landscape of learning standards? Check out Academic Benchmarks.