NWEA Offers Lunch & Learn on April 21

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March 25, 2016 NWEA is offering charter leaders the opportunity to learn how to maximize growth for all students with the computer adaptive assessment used by more than 200 California charter schools: Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). MAP and MAP for Primary Grades® adapt to each student's learning level. That built-in flexibility means they empower every teacher to personalize instruction and every school to maximize student growth and achievement.

Charter leaders have the option to either attend this event during an in-person lunch in Sacramento or, if you are unable to make it to Sacramento, watch the presentations via live webinar.

About the event:

NWEA and Westlake Charter School invite you to learn how educators are using MAP to measure student growth, generate actionable data, and provide data-informed strategies to improve teaching and learning.

  • When: Thursday, April 21, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
  • Where: In-person at Westlake Charter School, Sacramento or via webinar

You will:

  • Hear how Westlake Charter School is using MAP and a strategic, ongoing PD plan to transform school culture, improve instructional strategies, and accelerate student growth.
  • Learn about the California One-Time Discretionary and Educator Effectiveness grants and how they can be utilized for professional development.
  • Network with charter colleagues who are utilizing NWEA MAP assessments.

Register now to save your place!

Register to attend the Sacramento lunch. Or register to attend via webinar.