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ERB and Kahoot! Forge Partnership to Enhance Student Learning Experiences

By ERB Team / May 7, 2024

ERB, a not-for-profit trusted leader in K-12 assessment and data-driven insights for independent school educators and families, and Kahoot!, a global leader in interactive learning and engagement, announced a partnership to elevate the teaching and learning experience for educators and students. […] read more

The Power of Evidence-Based Problem-Solving to Improve Student Outcomes

By ERB Team / April 16, 2024

Dave Hersh, CEO of Character Lab, recommends educators use five steps to collect evidence for problem-solving and ultimately improving student outcomes. […] read more

Making Sense of Your Assessment Data: How ERB Supports Schools

By ERB Team / March 14, 2024

In addition to assessments and measures of student well-being and social-emotional skills, we offer a range of resources and services to help educators and families extract actionable insights from assessment data. […] read more

You’ve Collected Your School’s Assessment Data. Now What?

By ERB Team / March 1, 2024

At ERB, we want to help you not only collect data from assessments and other measurement tools but also analyze and interpret those data to inform your decision-making. So, where do you start? […] read more

ISEE Insights: Learn More Than a Score

By ERB Team / February 21, 2024

ISEE Insights, being released today, is a new tool to help interpret and quantify the benefits and risks of different score profiles. The launch is part of NextGen Admission, ERB’s equity-driven initiative, providing measures, data insights, and resources for admission professionals and administrators. […] read more

6 Reasons to Attend an ERB Connections Regional Conference

By ERB Team / February 1, 2024

Driven by the broader theme of “Connections: Impacting the Learning Landscape Through Data and Insight,” our regional conferences enable educators to explore data-driven insights and understand the importance of supporting the whole child at school and in the classroom. […] read more

The Trends Shaping the Future of K-12 Assessment in 2024

By ERB Team / December 15, 2023

Evolving approaches to assessment development and administration can help support educational equity and ensure you are getting a holistic and accurate measure of student growth. […] read more

Communicating Assessment Results with Students’ Families: 6 Tips for Educators

By ERB Team / December 15, 2023

Educators can use this list of key strategies to ensure students’ families have the necessary information and context about their assessment results. […] read more

What Is the ISEE Admission Test? 15 Frequently Asked Questions

By ERB Team / December 13, 2023

The ISEE provides admission teams with objective data points that can benefit both schools – by helping them make admission decisions – and families, by ensuring they find the right school fit for their student. […] read more

Beyond Grades: Nurturing Growth at Parkview Baptist with ERB’s Whole Child Solution

By ERB Team / December 7, 2023

For Parkview Baptist School, which piloted the Whole Child Solution in the 2022-2023 school year, the solution already offers critical insights into areas of strength and challenges. […] read more

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ERB and Kahoot! Forge Partnership to Enhance Student Learning Experiences

ERB, a not-for-profit trusted leader in K-12 assessment and data-driven insights for independent school educators and families, and Kahoot!, a global leader in interactive learning and engagement, announced a partnership to elevate the teaching and learning experience for educators and students. […] read more

The Power of Evidence-Based Problem-Solving to Improve Student Outcomes

Dave Hersh, CEO of Character Lab, recommends educators use five steps to collect evidence for problem-solving and ultimately improving student outcomes. […] read more

Navigating the Middle East Conflict and Assessing Mission Success

As with any challenge to the value and integrity of schools, this is an opportunity to reaffirm our core commitments as educators. Teaching about the Middle East is part of the educational mission of schools […] read more

Spring Cleaning: Taking the Time to Reflect on the School Year

Spring is an ideal part of the year to sequester some good thinking time in order to reflect on what has worked well during the past year, along with what could have gone better. Be unsparing. Take notes. Then set it aside for at least the first half of the summer. […] read more