ANet CEO Mora Segal appeared on The Education Conversation with Ryan Knight, a podcast about how individuals and organizations create change in education. Listen to the podcast!Read More
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It’s been over five years since I had the great fortune of joining ANet, and I thought I’d share a bit about our progress, motivated by all that feels at stake in educating our next generation.Read More
Almost everyone in education, especially teachers and school leaders, understands the importance of high-quality interim assessments to guide effective instruction. The problem is: How do you know which ones are best?Read More
Think about some of the reasons that we assess: to measure growth, as a diagnostic, for accountability/evaluation, or to inform teachers’ instructional decisions.
How could any one assessment do all of those things well?Read More
An ANet coach shares her reaction to recent events in Baltimore.Read More
An ANet coach draws passion from inequities not just between, but also within communities.Read More
ANet’s co-founder and president argues that we all need to pay attention to the harmful biases simple words can communicate.Read More