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Assessment Consortia Plans: A Power Point Version

We've told you about the two big state assessment consortia that won Race to the Top money to design tests for the new common standards. We've also told you about graphic depictions of those plans that were developed to help folks understand them better. Now there are Power Point explanations as well.

The Center for K-12 Assessment & Performance Management at ETS, the same group that developed the graphic versions, has put together Power Point presentations summarizing the consortia's approaches to testing on the new standards. As with the graphic versions, the accuracy of the Power Points has been approved by the consortia, according to the center.

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