Standards Assessment Inventory Available On Amplify 

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By Learning Forward
February 2016
Learning Forward has released its Standards Assessment Inventory (SAI) on the Amplify Professional Learning Maps platform. The partnership with Amplify — an industry leader in digital instruction, curriculum, and assessment — will provide schools and districts with an efficient and insightful method to determine the quality of professional learning their educators are receiving. The Standards Assessment Inventory is a 50-item, web-enabled survey that includes questions on the nature of professional learning in teachers’ schools and districts. The Amplify Professional Learning Maps platform aggregates survey responses to provide school, district, and state leaders with a visual representation of the quality of alignment of teachers’ professional learning with Learning Forward’s Standards for Professional Learning. Professional Learning Maps then suggests actionable next steps to improve practices, based on Learning

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