How to Make Remote Instruction Work

By Alex Fernandez As schools across the country resume instruction this fall, there are few certainties and seemingly endless questions. As the assessment director for Imagine Schools, a system with more than 30,000 K–12 students spread across seven states and the District of Columbia, I was particularly interested in not just how we’d assess our students this fall, but in how consistent our results would be from one school to the next—and even from one state to another. Perhaps the biggest question we had was, “Is remote assessment as effective as in-person assessment?” As we attempted to prepare for everything—and […]

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