K-12 Center Releases Summary of Findings at Assessment Symposium

The Center for K-12 Assessment & Performance Management at ETS (K-12 Center) released a summary of its Tech Enhanced Assessment (TEA) Symposium, co-sponsored by the K-12 Center and CCSSO, this May in Washington D.C. as a supplement in the June edition of Education Week.
In addition, K-12 Center published all 10 research papers and roughly two dozen PowerPoints and videos from the symposium on its website for public access. View the data at k12center.org/events/research_meetings/tea.html.
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