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Assessing during accountability reforms (secondary)

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Last updated on 14 March 2017
School types: All · School phases: Secondary
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How can we assess secondary students as accountability measures are reformed? One of our associate experts explains an approach to an internal assessment system that reflects the accountability reforms. We also include case studies to illustrate his points.

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Contents

  1. 1 Plan backwards from end goals
  2. 2 Address uncertainty by looking at distributions of scores
  3. 3 Handling variation over time
  4. 4 Progress 8: identifying students who are on track

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