We are now several years into the implementation of ESSA; we have the first full year of school data from the 2017–18 school year; and states are currently in the midst of annual school testing. So, it seems like a good time to step back and take a look at how states are faring under ESSA accountability. To do this, we’ll examine the data and dashboards of a few states selected to show a variety of different approaches to ESSA accountability.
We have an experienced team of Michigan partners who are knowledgeable about Michigan’s education system and policies, are active members of the local community, and most importantly, are dedicated to helping students and educators in the state succeed. Get to know your Edmentum partners in Michigan with these fun introductions.
Edmentum has worked closely with NWEA to build an integration that allows NWEA MAP Growth assessment Rasch Unit (RIT) scores to be uploaded directly to Exact Path so that each student receives an individualized, scaffolded learning path just right for him or her.
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