The shift from the ACT to the College Board’s SAT annual assessment here in Michigan took a number of educators by surprise. Making such a big shift with an assessment that many high school students want to perform well on means a lot of changes. Depending on your school district it could mean changes to curriculum, common assessments, data analysis, and more. Wendy Zdeb-Roper, Executive Director of the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, helped facilitate a chat about how schools can best prepare for the transition.
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Moderated by Wendy Zdep-Roper from MASSP