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    Author Bios

    Marisa Adams has over 15 years of experience in public education,working as a teacher and administrator at the elementary, junior high,and high school levels. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University, she earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Human Resource Development from the University of Houston.

    Julie Lyons is a public school teacher with over 15 years of experience in NJ and PA as a teacher and instructional coach at the elementary and middle school levels. After receiving her UG degree from Millersville University, she earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Immaculata University and then went on to pursue additional PG work for her Supervisor’s certificate at Rutgers University. Julie enjoys writing about topics related to education, teaching and learning.

    Table of Contents

    • Introduction

    • PARCC for ELA

    • PARCC for Math

    • Professional Development and Resources

    • PARCC Survival Guide

    Excerpts from the Book

    "The Performance Based Assessment (PBA) will be administered once 75% of the school year is complete. It will consist of a literary task, a research simulation task, and a narrative writing task. In the PBA, students will be given a set amount of time to read several texts, many of which will be paired together, answer several vocabulary and reading comprehension questions, and write a short essay."

    "The End of Year Assessment (EOY) will be administered once 90% of the school year is complete. It will consist of a combination of literary and informational texts. In the EOY, students will also be given a set amount of time to read several texts, many of which will be paired together (for the upper grades), and answer vocabulary and reading comprehension questions; writing will not be a part of the EOY."

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