NWEA: Innovation, Research & Advocacy - Designed with Equity in Mind

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444 North Capitol Street Northwest

Washington, DC 20001

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Join CEO Chris Minnich and NWEA leaders to celebrate and learn more about our newly formed Research and Innovation Centers.

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Expanding our deep commitment to education research, NWEA recently launched three Research and Innovation Centers, each with a distinct mission and purpose. The Collaborative for Student Growth, the Center for School and Student Progress, and the Product Innovation Center will provide greater insights to inform education practice and policy.

Please join CEO Chris Minnich and NWEA leaders to discuss NWEA’s vision for leveraging our research and policy expertise in support of our mission to help all kids learn.

Tentative Agenda

5:30-5:40pm Welcome and Introduction

  • Chris Minnich, Chief Executive Officer

5:40-6:30pm Innovation, Research & Advocacy - Designed with Equity in Mind

  • Mike Nesterak, Senior Director, The Product Innovation Center
  • Dr. Nate Jensen, Director, Center for School and Student Progress
  • Dr. Beth Tarasawa, Director, Collaborative for Student Growth
  • Dr. Aaliyah Samuel, Vice President of Policy and Advocacy

6:30-7:30pm Happy Hour Reception and Research Showcase

About NWEA

NWEA® is a mission-driven, not-for-profit organization that supports students and educators worldwide by creating assessment solutions that precisely measure growth and proficiency— and provide insights to help tailor instruction. Educators in more than 10,000 schools, districts, and education agencies in 141 countries rely on our flagship interim assessment, MAP Growth; our progress monitoring and skills mastery tool, MAP Skills; and our reading fluency and comprehension assessment, MAP Reading Fluency.

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Washington, DC 20001

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