September 5, 20199:00 am - 2:00 pmat the Southwest Plains Conference Center810 W. Lark Avenue, Sublette
Registration Fee: $25(includes lunch)
Kansas provided the opportunity for high schools to test with the ACT and WorkKeys and the results will be coming over the summer. Do you know what data you get from these assessments? Have you thought about how to put it to use for school and student improvement?
This workshop will focus on the ACT and WorkKeys assessments: what they measure, the data reported, ways they can support school improvement, and how they can be paired with other ACT tools to increase student preparation and college and career readiness.
Kim Rasmussen joined ACT in August of 2018. She assists educational leaders in the use of ACT research, data, and solutions that support education and workplace success, serving as the primary contact for Kansas and North Dakota schools. Prior to joining ACT, Kim spent over 25 years as a Kansas educator in roles that spanned from classroom teacher, to State Test developer, to State Department of Education consultant, to district administrator for Teaching and Learning.