Technology that MOVES Assessment and Student Achievement FORWARD

Olson, Allan
November 2004
MultiMedia & Internet@Schools;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p26
Focuses on technologies that improved student achievement in the U.S. Requirement of the No Child Left Behind Act for students; Development of a growth research database by the Northwest Evaluation Association to provide objective information to students; Uses of the Lextile Framework developed by MetaMetrics Inc.


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