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Assessments with Integrity

Sponsor: NWEA
Posted: July 1, 2015

Discover how assessments built with integrity can be used to measure student growth and inform powerful instruction. This comprehensive guide shows you how assessing students with a rigorous, research-based tool can yield insights that help teachers deliver powerful, differentiated instruction to every student at the right time—allowing each individual to learn and grow.

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2015 K-12 Wi-Fi Buyer’s Guide

Sponsor: Aerohive Networks
Posted: May 1, 2015

With the adoption of mobility accelerating in schools, classrooms are undergoing major transformations. This whitepaper highlights the challenges and network requirements for adopting current classroom technology trends like Common Core curriculum and online standardized testing, new mobile learning devices such as the Google Chromebook and the Intel-based Ultrabook, and the modernization of digital displays and print infrastructures with Apple TV.

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Beyond a Single Estimate of Effectiveness

Sponsor: SAS
Posted: June 1, 2015

This white paper explores solutions for education administrators who may have difficulty interpreting student education data from complex reports. It addresses why the most effective reports are easy to access, easy to understand and apply, and easy to communicate to stakeholders. It explains how explicable reports help educators and policymakers make better data-driven decisions regarding student growth patterns; curriculum, instruction and district leadership; and integrating technology into classrooms.

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Nurturing the Middle School Mathematical Mind

Sponsor: DreamBox
Posted: April 16, 2015

Download the Nurturing the Middle School Mathematical Mind white paper to learn:

  • Best practices to improve the math achievement of every middle school student
  • How middle school students learn best
  • Key social and emotional characteristics of the middle school mind

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