Caveon, the industry leader in protecting high-stakes assessments, is pleased to announce participation in the National Conference on Student Assessment (NCSA). The conference will be held June 20-22, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The focus of this year’s conference is on building equitable assessments for all students in order to accurately measure their academic performance and their preparedness for college and career.
Caveon’s President of Consulting Services, Dr. John Fremer, will be presenting with Dr. John Olson, President and Founder Olson Educational Measurement & Assessment Services. The session, Enhancing the Test Security for State Assessments: Best Practices for Prevention, Detection, and Investigation of Testing Irregularities and Improprieties, where information will be provided from two new reports recently published by CCSSO that are helping states improve test security and implement best practices for the prevention, detection, and investigation of cheating on their assessments.
Caveon’s team of experienced professionals looks forward to discussing these goals, and the steps necessary to achieve them. Representatives will be available at booth #215 for the duration of the conference.
David Foster, Caveon’s CEO, says of the conference: “The NCSA Conference is an important industry event. It provides the opportunity for like-minded professionals to come together and discuss innovative methods for improving student assessments. Here at Caveon, we look forward to actively participating in this dialogue.”
To learn more about the NCSA conference please go to http://www.ccsso.org/ncsa.html. For more information about this release, or any of Caveon’s services, please contact us at (801) 208-0103 or firstname.lastname@example.org