When Buying Classroom and Formative Assessments, Districts Listen to These People First

An EdWeek Market Brief Survey Examines Which District Officials Have the Most Say Over Buying Classroom Assessments

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School districts rely on classroom-based assessments to guide teachers on where students need academic help, and where instruction should go next.

Those assessments in most cases are starkly different than the tests given at the end of a semester or academic year, which are typically designed to round up and gauge student learning over an extended…

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