Educators seeking to measure student attainment of 21st century skills and deeper learning are increasingly looking to performance assessment as a way to assess student performance meaningfully. ESSA’s innovative testing pilot and new test-optional college admissions policies are removing roadblocks that once stood in the way of widescale adoption of performance assessment.
In this month’s issue brief, Core Education explores the promise of performance assessment as a method of evaluating student application of knowledge and skills. We look at ways colleges may consider results of performance assessment in their admissions processes, opportunities under ESSA’s innovative testing pilot, assessment models, and recommendations for state policy.
To read the issue brief, see https://mailchi.mp/a28837d7c3ff/7y14uz9cvv-1676561
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