"You and your colleagues did yeoman's work in helping the Governing Board advance its initiative to improve 12th grade school and student participation in the Nation's Report Card - the Nation Assessment of Educational Progress. Governing Board members continue to remark on the exceptional quality, clarity, and usefulness of the final project report." -Ray Fields, Assistant Director for Policy and Research

 

 

Collaboratively Exploring Virtual Worlds (June 29, 2015)


College and Career Readiness Standards-in-Action (March 30, 2015)


Gains and Gaps in NAEP results (November 7, 2013)


The American Board, a teacher certification nonprofit, was recently accepted as a post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefit for veterans, their spouses, and beneficiaries to make a difference in local classrooms as educators. (JULY 3, 2013)


StandardsWork President, Barbara R. Davidson appears in The Education Gadfly with a guest column entitled: “Historical Change.” (October 20, 2008)

StandardsWork Examines State Social Studies Testing. Are students learning social studies in school? Without state testing, who knows? (October 13, 2008) 
          Charts showing investigation results (Excel)

Washington DC Earns High Marks For Academic Standards (September 30, 2008)

StandardsWork, Inc. Announces Election of Two New Board Members (December 7, 2007)

Former StandardsWork Employee, Corey Chatis, Earns National Award (January 17, 2007)

           A bio on Corey Chatis

StandardsWork President, Barbara R. Davidson comments in the Talkback section about Richard D. Kahlenberg’s article, “Helping Children Move from Bad Schools to Good Ones.” (July 3, 2006)

StandardsWork's Board Chair, Leslye Arsht, appointed Deputy Under Secretary at Department of Defense (March 2, 2006)

Parent Power Works Applauds Schools for Efforts to Engage Parents (October 25, 2005)

Availability of Free Tutoring More Than Doubles for Baltimore City Students; Local education group helps get word out to parents (September 1, 2005)

StandardsWork's President, Barbara R.Davidson, praises DC school reform efforts in Washington Times op-ed (August 29, 2005)

StandardsWork Board Chair, Leslye Arsht, honored by Good Housekeeping Magazine for service in Iraq! (July 2005)

City Official, Parents Shocked by Lack of Notification About School Restructuring; Parents Gather in Baltimore to Learn Their Rights Under No Child Left Behind (June 7, 2005)

Board Studies Release of Individual NAEP Results (March 16, 2005)

New D.C. Learning Standards Weighed (September 30, 2004)

Charter Leadership (May 31, 2000)