Virtual Event – Future of Education Summit

After two years of virtual and hybrid learning, many students are still playing catch up. How do we ensure every child has access to quality education today and tomorrow? See how prominent education leaders and experts discussed the Future of Education at an event hosted by The Hill newspaper and the Collaborative for Student Success. 

EduRecoveryHub – A New Resource Spotlighting the Brightest in K-12 Recovery

In partnership with The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) and the Edunomics Lab at Georgetown University, we’ve launched EduRecoveryHub.org, a one-stop online resource that showcases emerging practices in schools supported with federal recovery funds that can be replicated around the country.

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Announcing Curriculum HQ – A New Resource + Advocacy Platform Around High-Quality Instructional Materials

WASHINGTONSept. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the Collaborative for Student Success launched CurriculumHQ.org, a new online platform that brings together the latest resources, research, and advocacy to promote high-quality instructional materials that drive student success.
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NEW – National Advocacy Organizations Ask Biden Administration to Detail Plans for the Use of State K12 Assessments

A group of 15 civil rights, business, and education advocacy organizations asked Education Secretary Miguel Cardona today to detail the administration’s plans for resuming state assessment and school improvement requirements set by federal law and that were largely paused during the COVID-19 pandemic. The organizations specifically asked for Department plans to ensure states administer high-quality assessments this school year that empower accountability systems to identify schools in need of support.
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Using State Test Data for Pandemic Recovery – Takeaways from State Education Leaders

This spring, top education officials from Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee joined Assessment HQ’s Dale Chu for a discussion on using state assessment systems and their data to guide and accelerate pandemic recovery. Explore their takeaways to learn more!
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AZ Governor Speaks Out: Spring K12 Assessments are Part of COVID-19 Recovery

The Collaborative recently posed questions to Gov. Doug Ducey on his decision to double down on the importance of annual statewide testing to understand the impact of the pandemic. Click below to check out the full Q&A with Gov. Ducey.

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Supporting State Assessment Amid A Pandemic: A Q&A With National Test Vendors

Recently, the Collaborative for Student Success and EducationCounsel spoke with representatives from major statewide summative assessment vendors to learn more about how they are supporting states and reducing burden on educators as they seek to administer assessments in spring 2021.

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NEW: Experts Find Promising Reopening Actions By Districts

A panel of experts in school leadership, health & safety, and emergency planning present the most promising, replicable actions taken by districts in their reopening and recovery plans, with considerations for restarting academics, building supports for staff, students, and parents, increasing access to connectivity and technology, and effectively using student data.

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