Are You Ready for the Common Core Assessments?

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2014 is almost upon us and districts in PARCC and Smarter Balanced states are scrambling to figure out what's needed in order to be ready to assess students using the still-evolving online tests. Do you have enough bandwidth? The right devices, configured in the right way? Plans for when, where and how to administer the assessments without shutting down instructional programs for a prolonged period of time? Come hear how other districts are dealing with these challenges and what you can do to stay ahead of the curve as you prepare for CCSS assessment.


Kecia Ray, Executive Director of Learning Technologies, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, TN Dr. Ingrid Roberson, Professional Expert, Assessment, Alameda County Office of Education, CA Blanca Duarte, President and Founder, LogicWing, Inc.



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CCSS Assessments: Are You Ready?

The Race to the Top Assessmentprogram is ambitious and has thepotential to help make far-reachingchanges not only in how students areassessed, but also in how teachersteach and students learn.