Common Core and Online Testing: Implementing Wireless Infrastructure for Common Core Testing in Schools
Until recently, every state had its own set of academic standards, contributing to a disparity in the way students learn from state to state and in national testing expectations. In 2010, states began to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), a set of rigorous, common standards for K-12 education that provide clarity and consistency around student learning expectations across the country. IT infrastructure within the schools have a significant impact on how these Common Core standards are taught and how the assessments are conducted.
This white paper aims to alleviate IT implementation-related concerns and answer mission-critical questions including how and when to meet these new mandates effectively.