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New Technology-Enhanced Resources from Acuity!

This week, we announced the launch of more than 1,600 new digital Acuity® Instructional Resources built exclusively for the comprehensive Acuity Common Core K–12 assessment solution. Developed specifically to address the requirements of the Common Core State Standards, these highly … Continue reading

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How the Common Core State Standards Prepare Students for the 21st Century

By now, educators and administrators are aware of the Common Core State Standards and are getting ready for these changes prior to its official 2014 implementation. For decades now, education assessments in the U.S. were various state and national standardized tests … Continue reading

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An Assessment Solution With an Integrated Standards-Based Learning Process

These days, when something good happens, but then it gets even better, it’s hard not to want to “update” the world from the rooftops (aka Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc). Well, we’re certainly no exception to this trend (so if you’re … Continue reading

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Standardized Testing: Think Beyond the Numbers

A few weeks ago, we shared how CTB looks at the analysis from standardized testing as a valuable tool: Data informs instruction and instruction informs data. The result: Overall student achievement.  The results and numbers aggregated from a standardized test … Continue reading

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Common Core State Standards: Let Us Be Your Guide

We’ve heard from many districts, schools, administrators and teachers that the transition to the Common Core State Standards feels overwhelming. With all the new curriculum and shifts in assessments, educators want to feel like their instruction is aligned to the … Continue reading

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