Through the careful application of technology in classroom assessments, schools and teachers can improve instruction for students, and states can develop comprehensive longitudinal data systems to better analyze student performance, according to data in a new report from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA).


"Technology-Based Assessments Improve Teaching and Learning," part of SETDA's Class of 2020: Action Plan for Education series, highlights innovative approaches in assessing student progress, and suggests that using technology to assess students in a less formalized manner can be extremely beneficial, not only for students, but for teachers.


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