Pearson is launching a free webinar for educators focused on accountability in
"Accountability and Assessments To Support
Student-Centered Teaching and Learning" will be moderated by Susan Patrick, president and CEO at the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL), and will feature an online panel exploring "accountability
for the future and how authentic systems of assessments can tie accountability to student-centered teaching and learning while ensuring
essential educational equity," according to a news release. "In addition to iNACOL, the webinar features panelists from
KnowledgeWorks, a non-profit social enterprise that works to foster meaningful
personalized learning that enables every student to thrive in college, career and civic life."
Panelists will include KnowledgeWorks Chief Learning Officer Virgel Hammonds, KnowledgeWorks Senior Director of National Policy Lillian
Pace, iNACOL Vice President for Federal and State Policy Maria Worthern, Creston Middle
School Language Arts Teacher Mary Graham and Hilliard City School District
Superintendent John Marschhausen.
The webinar will take place at 4 pm Eastern on August 27. Visit attendee.gotowebinar.com to register.
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