Standard for Success, an online, fully customizable teacher evaluation platform created by educators, announces today a partnership with Roanoke, Va.-based Interactive Achievement, which provides web-based assessment and data management software for school districts.
The partnership creates a quantitative data management solution for teachers, building administrators and district leadership in developing the most robust interactive staff evaluation tool on the market.
Some days, Interactive Achievement Chairman and CEO Jonathan Hagmaier walks in and says, “Wow, what just happened?”
What’s happened is a very good year for Interactive Achievement.
There have been awards – including Virginia Small Business Persons of the Year and a place on the Inc. 5000 list -- and the company continues to grow.
But for Interactive Achievement and its employees, success is measured one relationship at a time.
NWEA’s Formative Assessment Item Bank is Now Available through Interactive Achievement’s onTRAC Platform
Interactive Achievement is excited to announce that it is a licensed distributor of the Northwest Evaluation Association’s Formative Assessment Item Bank (Item Bank) through IA’s onTRAC (online Teacher Resource and Assessment Community) platform. The Item Bank consists of more than than 75,000 items, which have been aligned to the standards of all 50 states, the CCSS, and Washington DC standards.
Virginia school systems are nearing the end of the school year and beginning the Standards of Learning exams, or SOL’s. The demands and pressures for positive results have led many Virginia school divisions to turn to the private sector to improve their performance. A Virginia company now helps more than two-thirds of the commonwealth’s school systems. At Glenda Fralin's Lord Botetourt High School Algebra class, teaching tools include a "smartboard" and a computer program called onTRAC from Interactive Achievement. It assesses each student’s knowledge of every SOL for this course.