How to Frame, Analyze, and Communicate Student Achievement to Your Catholic School Community

The following article was contributed by Dr. John Cronin. Vice President of Education Research at NWEA.

As Catholic schools face increasing academic expectations from parents and increased competition from alternatives such as charter schools, our schools need to think more deeply about how we frame the importance of academic achievement in our schools. We need to become more sophisticated in the way we analyze student achievement data, and we need to be more frank and nuanced in the way we present student achievement information to parents, board members, and the larger Catholic community.

Be sure to attend John’s Closing General Session  on Wednesday, June 20 fro 11 AM – 12:15 PM.

It’s not too late to attend the 2018 NCEA New Directions Assessment Conference!

June 18-20, 2018
The Inn at Penn, A Hilton Hotel
3600 Sansom Street I Philadelphia, PA 19104
Archdiocese of Philadelphia

The 2018 NCEA New Directions Assessment Conference (Assessment 2018) will provide top level education on how Catholic schools can implement a comprehensive assessment program to monitor student progress and inform decision-making regarding instructional programs.