You've Got Your Test Scores—Now What?
February 12, 2020 • 2 PM Eastern
(1 PM Central, Noon Mountain, 11 AM Pacific)
Co-presented with Classworks
High-quality adaptive assessments provide you with powerful insights into what every student knows and what they’re ready to learn next. But how do you take action on that data for every student? What is the best way to bridge the gap between assessment and instruction and give every learner the best opportunity for growth? The answer is by connecting detailed test scores to targeted instructional resources. Join Scantron and Classworks educational experts to understand the variety of assessment data available and how you can use it to increase proficiency and improve learning outcomes.
- Patty Taylor, Curriculum and Instruction Specialist, Classworks
- Holley Hale, Education Specialist, Scantron Assessment Solutions
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