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December 26, 2013

Common-Core Assessment and School and District Leadership: New Spotlights From Education Week

Note the blended learning item at the bottom.

Common-Core Assessment and School and District Leadership: New Spotlights From Education Week [For mobile version click here.]

Education Week SPOTLIGHT
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New Spotlights From Education Week

Education Week Spotlights contain essential news and commentary on the big issues. These Spotlights provide the information you need to understand the most talked-about topics. For a limited time, download Spotlights for free.

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Common-Core Assessment
Examine early results on common-core assessments, preview test items, and explore challenges still ahead for math and reading assessments.
School and District Leadership
See how leaders are experimenting with new policies and procedures to reshape schools.

Other Free Spotlights From Education Week:

  • Blended Learning: Discover how mobile apps are helping to transform field trips and hear from teachers using blended learning.
  • Instructional Coaching: See how districts are turning teachers into coaches and examine strategies for effective coaching.
  • Literacy and the Common Core: Explore interdisciplinary approaches to literacy, discover how poetry fits within the standards, and find out what the latest research says about building vocabulary.
  • Global Learning and Languages: Learn how schools are developing global learning and language networks, using international videoconferencing, and building language immersion programs.
  • Changing State of Assessment: Discover how formative assessments support teaching and learning and see how testing is changing in the common-core era.

Looking for other topics? Check out Education Week‘s full series of Spotlights.

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