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CWRA (CollegeWorkReadiness Assmt) Users

The CWRA is an amazing, but underutilized, tool: it measures, in an authentic way, our students growth in higher order thinking skills. This group is intended to advocate for CWRA, answer questions, & share resources on how we are using CWRA results

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Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2015

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How are you using CWRA results to improve instruction?

Started by Jonathan Martin Jul 27, 2010. 0 Replies

At St. Gregory, we have just begun use, and don't even have our first set of results yet, but I am very curious how other schools are using the results.    Share, please! Continue

Why are you using CWRA? Why should others use it?

Started by Jonathan Martin Jul 27, 2010. 0 Replies

This discussion group is is intended for users to explain why they are using the CWRA, the value they derive from it, and to answer questions others might have about it.   At St. Gregory, as my…Continue

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