The results of the Smarter Balanced assessments taken from students in grades three through eight, and high school have come back with Creswell trending upwards.
”Annual tests give us a snapshot of student learning, but there is more we should be doing to give teachers the tools to target complex thinking in students,” Oregon Department of Education Director Colt Gill said in a news release. ”Shorter, more focused testing throughout the year can give teachers insights into activities that can help students think and work out problems. That is how . . .