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Where Are We with ESSA’s Non-Academic Factors?

Most readers are probably familiar with the fascinating curve ball the 2015 Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act, known as ESSA, has thrown into state-level mandated accountability indices. In addition to a set of “substantially weighted” academic indicators, states are to add to them “at least one additional indicator of school quality or student success beyond test scores.”

Although we are presently in a moment of political uncertainty with regards to the future of all federal policy and legislation, there is some reason to think ESSA will stand as is: it was passed, after all, in legislation by the Republican-controlled House and Senate before being signed by a Democratic President.

Let us first applaud the inclusion of this additional indicator, what the media is usually labeling (though not entirely accurately) the “Non-academic Indicator” (NAI) or “Non-academic Factor” (NAF) to the mix. This is great news: we know today more than ever before how important it is to broaden our gauges of educational effectiveness.

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The Passing of Martin Brutosky

It is with deepest regret that we inform you of the death of our dear friend and colleague, Martin Brutosky, who passed away suddenly this past weekend. Martin was more than a successful education technology entrepreneur. He was one of the most decent, caring individuals we've had the pleasure of knowing. Our industry has lost a true innovator and he will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, Dianne, his family and friends.

We are most fortunate to have John Greene, Martin’s former business partner, on our team to help ProExam fill the enormous void left by Martin’s passing.

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ProExam Announces New Strategic Direction

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Educator Advocates In the Know

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Join us on Tuesday, December 13, at 7:30–8:00 p.m. Eastern time for an interactive conversation with Jonathan Martin, author, consultant, and expert in assessment involving social and emotional competencies. Martin, who was featured in ASCD’s most recent issue of Policy Priorities: A Bright Future with SEL, will share his perspective on social and emotional measures related to ESSA’s accountability requirements. Participants will have plenty of opportunity to ask questions and engage with the speaker during this time.

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