Stanford University

For A Briefing On New Accountability Systems

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The Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) seeks to further high-quality, equitable education systems in the United States and abroad. In line with the adoption of the Common Core State Standards, a new paradigm for accountability will focus on meaningful learning, build professional capacity, and ensure adequate resources. The "Rethinking Accountability: Putting Students and Learning First" convening will examine new accountability systems from critical angles and from the perspectives of stakeholders and policymakers involved in implementation, offer on-the-ground examples of success, and tackle the pragmatic issues of creating a new accountability system. Post-conference, SCOPE will continue to refine new accountability systems to ensure they support deeper learning, address educational equity, and focus on the continuous learning and improvement of students.
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