The Tennessee Department of Education released Schoolnet, the online platform to house the department's suite of free and optional assessment supports for the 2020-21 school year.
The platform allows Giles County school leaders, educators, and parents to benchmark student progress and receive actionable data for the coming school year, according to a TDOE press release on Monday.
"Assessing student learning is an integral part of the Tennessee education system that enables us to know where students are progressing and how to better serve all students. As schools reopen this month, Schoolnet will provide critical tools for our educators to understand what their students need academically," said Commissioner Penny Schwinn.
Schoolnet allows teachers, schools, and districts to create their formative tasks and assessments for students to use.