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.
Our team of education consultants, including me, works to develop a custom plan aligned to your objectives, equips educators with professional learning and coaching, fosters adoption and progress toward outcomes, and employs the expertise we’ve developed as former educators and training professionals. To learn more about what this really means, I’d like to share an example of how we truly partner with schools and districts across the nation, committed to tackling any obstacle of opportunity that comes our way.
This increasing population of diverse learners in North Carolina only continues to highlight the growing need for quality educational materials that target English-language proficiency and continuous academic growth. Before students take the 2019 ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 exam, ensure that you have an education partner who offers high-quality programs to drive your students toward desired outcomes.
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