This is a document describing the different purposes of assessment developed by Ed Roeber.
This resources provides a link to the Assessment Training Institute and the myriad of resources that can be obtained there.
This document developed by Ed Roeber explains the different users and uses for assessment.
The Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment (AAIA) promotes assessment practice that supports learning. The resources on this site are organized by Assessment of Learning and Assessment for Learning.
This chart details why different users require distinct assessments at varying times.
Article identifies role of schools and potential of assessment practice and system to contribute productively to education
This tool provides a quick start for a building or district team to consider their shared beliefs and understandings about assessment data and how it should and should not be used.
This article provides Susan Brookhart's recommended list of assessment literacy resources.
This blog post authored by Carol Commodore for Corwin outlines how strong school culture is supported by a balanced, quality assessment system.
Since development of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), many resources have been developed by CCSSO and others to develop quality assessments that align to the CCSS.
This paper describes the procedures for purchasing high quality student assessments.
This article promotes the use of teacher learning communities to promote the use for formative assessment.