The Point

Guest Post

Data Engagement with Parents: A Teacher’s Perspective

This guest post is written by Marc Walls, a high school science teacher in Clarksville, Tennessee, and founder of unpackedu.com, a...
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Guest Post

Using Tests Results to Paint a Data Picture of Your Child

This guest blog post was written by Char Shryock, the Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Bay Village City Schools...
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Guest Post

Exciting and Engaging Students Around Data

This guest blog post is written by Molly Leger, a middle school English teacher, who loves creative writing and hates...
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Guest Post

Ed Tech Taught Me to Love Data

This guest blog post is written by Julio Alicea, who serves the Rhode Island communities of Providence, Pawtucket, and Central...
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Events

Twitter Chat: Bridging Policy and Practice: What data do educators need, for what purposes, and how can policymakers help?

CenterPoint, the Data Quality Campaign, and TeachPlus MA are hosting a Twitter Chat on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 from 4:00...
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Article

What Does Quality Classroom Assessment Look Like in Mathematics?

Over the next few weeks on The Point, CenterPoint’s expert content staff will explore different dimensions of high-quality classroom assessments,...
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Events

PRC Town Hall Recap: What we learned about using learning progressions in mathematics to inform instruction

CenterPoint hosts monthly town hall forums where we cover a variety of topics around education, assessment, and teacher support with...
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Article

Access + Preparation = College Success: Part 3 – Implementation and Achieving Impact

This series of posts is adapted from a presentation given at a conference for new college presidents in the UNCF...
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