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You wouldn't think of making most of your important life decisions, like buying a house or selecting a medical procedure, on the basis of a single measure. You would typically use multiple assessments to make these decisions. The same logic holds for schools, especially since schooling includes numerous and very different outcomes: academic content and skills, practical and fine arts, health and nutrition, social skills, psychological skills, citizenship, and more. In simple terms, multiple measures means using more than one assessment and one assessment score to make judgments about individual students, classes, schools, and school districts. Join us for a two-day exploration (MARCH 5 and 6, 2013)of the most current practices in educational assessment with Karin Hess, a nationally recognized leader in this field. Focus on using Multiple Measures for instructional improvement by...
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