In August 2017, the Georgia Partnership released information from a pilot program to help school districts test “smarter” rather than more often. The Assessment Inventory Project (AIP), a joint effort with the Georgia Department of Education, helped five school districts by providing them with tools and a facilitated process to determine which tests were most helpful to improve student achievement.
Any school or school system can use the resources below to begin their process of testing “smarter.”
Resources for Schools and School Districts
WDUN-Radio: Barrow County pilot education program finds redundancies, gaps in testing
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Shocking: see how much time testing consumed in one Georgia school district