State Educators Look to Measure Student Progress

State Educators Look to Measure Student Progress

Educators across the state are in the midst of implementing a four-point strategy to improve education across the state. Sue Belish serves on the State Accountability Advisory Committee for the State Board of Education, and she says the first priority of the board has been to assess achievement of Wyoming schools, both collectively and on a site-by-site basis.

Belish extensively discussed the efficacy of both the PAWS And ACT tests with Public Pulse host, Kim Love. The other points of evaluation being used by the state are growth, equity and college or career readiness. To hear the entire interview, click here.

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