Several years ago, the leadership of Paramus Public Schools, N.J., began the search for a software solution to enable them to launch a major initiative to implement district-level assessments. The district’s goal was to make available key student performance data so that educators and administrators could better support the needs of their students and so the district could better support the professional development needs of its staff.

Christine Diaz—the district’s supervisor of staff development, instructional technology, and assessment—says district leadership conducted a national search for the right solution. “At that time, we had no district-level assessments. There was no measuring stick...

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