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NWEA’s proven K12 assessment solutions, customized professional learning, and industry-leading research keep you ahead of the curve.
NWEA’s proven K12 assessment solutions, customized professional learning, and industry-leading research keep you ahead of the curv...
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K–12 Confidence: 67%
Research Confidence: 65%
Learning Confidence: 64%
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|Top level heading|
|Reach more students (2)|
|2nd level heading|
|Math differentiation simplified|
|And learning gains accelerated|
|Math differentiation simplified and learning gains accelerated|
|ıntroducing through-year assessment—|
|A game-changing solution for states|
|ıntroducing through-year assessment— a game-changing solution for states|
|Three new research centers|
|Dedicated to supporting better outcomes for students|
|Three new research centers dedicated to supporting better outcomes for students|
|An equitable curriculum|
|An equitable curriculum is possible|
|Teach. learn. grow.|
|The assessments you know, the data you trust—now in spanish (3)|
|3rd level heading|
|Resource library (2)|
|Research centers (2)|
|Featured event (2)|
|4th level heading|
|Onlıne partner communıty|
|Resources at your fingertips|
|How do we know if students are learning?|
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