The Future of Accountability, Part 2

School accountability policy looks more different than ever as it bends both to the current pandemic and to increasing politicization. Checker Finn’s latest work lays out a case for why advocates should protect the fundamentals of accountability while improving what hasn’t worked. Join Checker Finn (Hoover Institute’s Education Success Initiative and Thomas B. Fordham Institute), Chris Ruszkowski (Hoover Institute’s […]

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The History of Accountability, Part 1

This discussion is especially well suited for new PIE Network professionals who are eager to learn about the history of assessment and accountability. School accountability policy looks more different than ever as it bends both to the current pandemic and to increasing politicization. Checker Finn’s latest work lays out a case for why advocates should protect […]

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Administering Assessments During a Pandemic: Office Hours with EducationCounsel

Last month EducationCounsel released “A Baseline for Educational Recovery: Defining a Pathway For Statewide Assessments Based on Desired Use,” a toolkit to help state leaders and advocates navigate the uncharted territory of administering statewide assessments amidst the educational and societal disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The toolkit examines the myriad technical questions about assessment […]

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