Assessment, Accountability, and School Support


The mission of Assessment, Accountability, and School Support is to support teachers, principals and District administrators in the use of data for instructional improvement.

Assessments are used as one part of a larger framework for teaching and learning. They are used to measure how much students have learned over a period of time (called assessment of learning). Assessments are also used to find out what students do or do not know (called assessment for learning).

Assessments for learning and of learning are used together to get an adequate picture of students’ progress throughout their time with RUSD. This is called a balanced assessment system.

For more information regarding the District Assessment Calendars please click on the link below.

2021-2022 Assessment Calendars (Navigate using the tabs at the bottom of the screen)

Research Requests
The Racine Unified School District supports research designed to improve all phases of the learning process. Surveys, testing instruments, questionnaires and interviews are all a part of the process of research and evaluation.

Click here to submit a Research Request

Contact Assessment, Accountability, and School Support

Amanda Jordan

Amanda Jordan
Director of Assessment,
Accountability, and School Support
(262) 664-8738

Keri Koceja

Kari Koceja
Project Manager: Assessment
(262) 631-7104


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