Carnegie Knowledge Network


The Assessing-Teaching-Improving-Learning program at the Carnegie Foundation facilitates convenings of researchers, tool developers, practitioners and policy makers that result in productive conversations about the assessment of teaching to improve student learning. The main objectives of these convenings are to surface challenges in the field, synthesize what is already known, and frame a dynamic research and development agenda that will advance further improvements.

The CKN Difference

The Carnegie Knowledge Network seeks to provide education policymakers and practitioners with timely, authoritative research and information on the use of value-added methodologies and other metrics in teacher evaluation systems. Read more »

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