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Using Innovative Assessments to Promote Education Equity and Testing Efficiency
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provided new opportunities for creating innovative assessments that fulfill accountability requirements while contributing to learning and teaching. In this webinar, Abby Javurek, senior director of large-scale solutions at not-for-profit NWEA, will discuss how the organization has worked with states such as Georgia and Louisiana to develop assessment solutions that increase testing efficiency, provide students with equitable opportunities to show what they know and can do, and yield more instructionally useful data. Webinar participants will walk away with a better understanding of assessment innovations and how they can support the development of student-centered accountability measures in their own states.

Aug 7, 2019 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Abby Javurek
Senior Director of Large-Scale Solutions @NWEA
Abby Javurek is NWEA’s senior director of large scale solutions. Javurek is a national advocate for meaningful and equitable assessment and is responsible for leading the organization’s strategic efforts across all aspects of product management for large scale assessment solutions to create solutions that are customer-centered, comprehensive, and supportive of the NWEA mission and market needs. Javurek previously directed the Division of Accountability Systems for the South Dakota Department of Education (DOE) where she led the state’s transition to next generation assessment; the overhaul of the state educator licensure system; the development of the state’s ESSA plan; and the creation of interactive school report cards.