√ Sponsorship is now open for Innovations in Testing 2017! √ Registration for Innovations in Testing 2017 is now now open! Members can log into the ATP website and go to Member Benefits and Discounts for a registration discount code.
Did you miss the ATP Education Division Fall Webinar on September 8? If so -- you can catch up to this informative conversation on accommodations and accessibility in assessments by downloading the informational flyer and downloading the presentations: Coming to common terms with assistive technology and and standards world; and Common Language around Accessibility and Accommodations for States and Assessment Vendors.
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ATP is a global, nonprofit organization representing providers of tests and assessment tools and/or services related to assessment for clinical, occupational, certification, licensure, educational or other similar professional measurement uses. ATP members are the leading publishers and assessment service providers in today's testing industry who are committed to encouraging international strategies which advance the position of the industry, its technology, and the science that supports it. [Contact us: ATP Inquiries]
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News Flashes from ATP
Civil Rights Groups recently announced their opposition to anti-testing efforts in the U.S., reaffirming that "participation in assessments (is) critical for expanding educational opportunity for all students". Twelve national civil and human rights groups announced their opposition to anti-testing efforts springing up across the country that are discouraging students from taking standardized tests and subverting the validity of data about educational outcomes. For more information on this important announcement, download the press release from the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.