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Project which documents how three technical assistance providers are attempting to work together in a large district.

SCOPE aims to make research on performance assessments available to policymakers in an understandable and accessible form.

A multi-year grant program and field-building initiative designed to fundamentally rethink the roles that assessment can and should play to advance student learning and improve K-12 education in the United States

California public school teachers and site-based leaders provide professional development to support effective standards implementation. 

A study of authentic approaches to assessment that requires students to demonstrate applied content knowledge and 21st century skills. 

NBRC offers support to educational systems and teachers around National Board certification and promotes teacher leadership.

This retrospective qualitative study seeks to understand the formation, purpose and leadership of a learning collaborative in the San Francisco Unified School District.

A free online resource for K–12 teachers, administrators, and policy makers to share high-quality performance assessments and resources.

Working with partners within the Educational Justice Network, SCOPE is developing and piloting several projects that engage community-based organizations with researchers.

The goal of this study is to better understand how states conceptualize and design educational policies, how their political culture and history shapes the policymaking process, and how, the passage of ESSA may influence policy trajectories.