We've finally reached the end of standardized testing season, and the news from around the country has not been good. With frozen computer systems and student opt-outs stealing most of the headlines, we wanted to know: Is there anyone for whom testing went well?
Enter Ned Kirsch, Superintendent of Franklin West Supervisory Union in Vermont.
We spoke to Ned about what his district was expecting from testing this year, and what actually happened. We also asked him why he thought testing went smoothly in his district. (Spoiler: It was a combination of good planning and good circumstances.)
You can read more about Franklin West Supervisory Union here, or read Ned's articles on PD models and his district's edtech transition.
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