The mission of the Assessment Network of New York (ANNY) has always focused on ways data can be used to help institutions of higher education to become better and meet the needs of their communities. Now, more than ever, this effort requires a deeper look at practices for ensuring social justice and identifying and eliminating the practices that sustain systemic racism.
ANNY is committed to focusing intently on these issues of justice and, moving forward, we will bring new practices, tools, resources and perspectives that will best enable assessment professionals from New York and beyond to further the work of increasing diversity and creating more opportunities for students and communities of color.
In the coming months, webinars and conference sessions, articles and presentations will aid the ongoing national work of rethinking many central assessment practices and how they might be made to guide institutions in creating more just and equitable education systems.
This is a complex task and we welcome all members, leaders, educators and thought partners to join us in this effort. Here’s how you can contribute:
- Share what you know via an ANNY webinar, conference session or keynote. Complete this form and we'll be in touch.
- Join our social media: Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
- Offer suggestions to ANNY for ideas you have to advance this work by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
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