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Every State Now Lets Schools Measure Students’ Success Based on Mastery, Not Seat Time
The Soft Skills “Debate” Is Over
Carnegie, ETS Team Up to Develop Competency-Based Assessments
A New Architecture for High School Learning
Can Local Colleges Please Just Work Together?
How Sharing Stories of Progress Helps Moves Us Forward
As ‘Skills-Based Hiring’ Becomes All The Rage, These Education Leaders Want To Overturn A 117-Year-Old Way Of Measuring Students’ Experiences
A Decade After Rahm Emanuel Closed Nearly 50 Schools, Cps Faces a Drastically Different Landscape
Verified Skills: Hunting for a Common Thread Amid the Hype Around Skills
ETS Looks to Overhaul Praxis Exam as Teacher Shortages Continue
Carnegie, ETS Partner for Assessment Suite
What If We Measured Learning Through Skills Gained, Not Time Spent in the Classroom?
N.J.-based Educational Testing Service Calls for ‘Seismic Shift’ in Academic Assessment
2 Architects of Traditional Assessment Embrace Competency
Higher Ed’s Game of Thrones: Ace Plans to Debut New Carnegie Classification Methodology This Year
The High School Credit-Hour: A Timeline of the Carnegie Unit
The Head of the Carnegie Foundation Wants to Ditch the Carnegie Unit. Here’s Why
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