If you’ll be in Orlando, FL from June 24 to 26 for the National Conference on Student Assessment (NCSA), stop by CCC’s Booth #202. We will be raffling off a $100 Amazon gift card, hosting our famous cocktail party from 3:00 to 5:00 PM on Tuesday, June 25, and of course discussing copyright permissions needs for test developers and educators.  

Measure What Matters 

Organized by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), NCSA brings together 1,000 professionals from test publishers, educational consulting companies, university faculty, and federal, state, and district agencies. This year’s motto, “Measure What Matters and Create Accountability for Equity,” challenges the community to design and implement assessments as a core state responsibility with profound implications for equity. 

Don’t Miss These NCSA 2019 Sessions 

Rethinking Cognitive Complexity for Designing Science Assessments That Matter 

Monday, June 24 from 4:00 to 5:00 PM 

Grand Ballroom – Salon 13 

Measuring What Matters with Innovative Assessments of 21st Century Skills for College and Career Readiness (Roundtable) 

Tuesday, June 25 from 12:30 to 1:15 PM 

Crystal Ballroom – Salon G 

How Are States and Organizations using Mathematical Rigor and Complexity to Ensure They Are Measuring What Matters?  

Wednesday, June 26 from 8:30 to 10:00 AM 

Grand Ballroom – Salon 4 

Author: Stephen Casbeer

Stephen Casbeer is a senior technology and business transformation specialist. He has led global organizations and advised executives on adapting to and benefiting from rapid change in the information industry, encompassing issues of business and technology strategy, process re-engineering, and organizational design.
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