PPS-SF Director of Policy Speaks on KQED Forum
The California State Board of Education launched a new website to help families understand how the state now assesses school achievement. The new measures of success go beyond test scores and seek to address issues of equity and other indicators.
PPS-SF director of policy, Miranda Martin, participated in a KQED Forum conversation on Thursday, March 16, 2017 to discuss the implications of the new standards for San Francisco families.
The tool, called the California School Dashboard, may serve as a useful data set for San Francisco parents as they gather information about public school options.
Other guests on the program included:
Michael Kirst, president, California State Board of Education; professor emeritus of education, Stanford University's Graduate School of Education
Samantha Tran, senior managing director of education policy, Children Now
Elizabeth Robitaille, senior vice president of achievement and performance management, California Charter Schools Association