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Dan French reflects on how performance assessments seek to overthrow established power structures in education. Articles from the latest issue of Voices in Urban Education provide inspiration for further thinking.
We are excited to announce the launch of a new blog series, Eight for Equity!, featuring a roundup of eight of our favorite videos, articles, tools, and resources for advancing educational equity.
Considering the subtleties of epistemology in the context of performance assessments could help teachers assess students with more care and accuracy.
Higher test scores do not necessarily equate to quality schools. James Noonan shows how using standardized tests as the singular gauge for school quality affects school and residential segregation.
Our QPA Intern gets a chance to see performance assessments in action at Boston Green Academy, where culturally responsive assessment gives students the agency to create a product that reflects their interests.
Educators cannot transform the system alone. The more we coordinate, the more likely we will be able to create the multiple pathways that schools, districts,and states need to create high quality personalized, competency-based systems that are equitable and fair.
“…there are few things more powerful than the energy in a room when educators come together to talk about teaching and learning.”