Oversees the administration of a wide variety of standardized assessments administered to Lab Schoolsâ™ students throughout the year, including NWEA MAP, ISEE, PSAT, SAT, ACT, AP and other special tests as required.Â Â
Facilitates any required assessment training, handling of test materials, scheduling of testing locations, and purchasing of materials.
Creates and manages a school-wide standardized assessment calendar.
Communicates details of standardized testing sessions to stakeholders.
Arranges for the scoring of tests, manages student databases, and prepares reports on the results of the tests for the Laboratory Schools, including students, parents, teachers, L&C members and administrators.Â Â
Arranges for the administration of classroom and standardized tests for students who require extended time, including weekend and summer test sessions.
Coordinates with Accommodations Coordinator and Learning Coordinators to ensure accommodations are in place for approved students.Â
Works with administration to identify professional development needs associated with assessment and data analysis.
Develops programs for primary and secondary school education. Requires a deep understanding of the field of primary and secondary school education.
Utilizes in-depth experience in the identification and establishment of collaborative partnerships with schools.
Plays a medium to large role in program evaluation and improvement efforts.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelorâ™s degree in education or related area.
Masterâ™s degree in education or related area.Â
Experience in the field of education.
Experience or other qualifications in assessment coordination and administration, and data analysis.
Creating and facilitating data presentations.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Diversity, equity and inclusion issues and dynamics in the classroom and in developing healthy, supportive relationships with all students.
Federal state laws and regulations regarding students with disabilities.
Instructional methodologies and progressive educational principles.
Strong knowledge of child development.
Agile and flexible.
Interact with a diverse group of faculty, staff, students, and parents.
Attention to detail.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Work independently and as part of a team.
Manage stressful situations.
Work on multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines.
Understanding of adults, team dynamics, and relationships.
Passion for lifelong learning, the ability to share curiosity with others.
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