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Wednesday, May 17 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
How Technology Standards Keep Standardized Testing from Becoming an Oxymoron

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A number of states have experienced widespread online testing outages in the middle of their annual, high-stakes assessments. What do failing online assessments mean to students sitting in front of tests they need to pass in order to graduate from high school? What do failing online assessments mean to the teachers whose evaluations are tied to students' test scores? This presentation explains how technology standards, including APIP, help keep standardized testing from becoming an oxymoron.

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Dale Cornelius

Program Manager, Online Testing, Maryland State Department of Education
James “Dale” Cornelius chairs a number of national assessment technology groups, most recently IMS Global’s State Assessment Innovation Leadership Network.  In Maryland, he oversees an online testing ecosystem that supports five online testing platforms.  Before Maryland... Read More →

Wednesday May 17, 2017 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Savoy Savoy

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