EPE graduate student (Anthony Setari) Awarded NCIEA Internship

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Anthony Setari (Ph.D. student in Ed Sciences, EPE), co-advised by Drs. Kelly D. Bradley and Michael Toland, was awarded an Internship by The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment, Inc. He will be working at the Center for Assessment on the project Incorporating Elements of Competency Based Education (CBE) in School Accountability Models. This project will focus on supporting the New Hampshire Department of Education to engage in a two-year competency-based assessment and accountability pilot. The 8-week paid internship provides a summer stipend and housing allowance.

Congratulations Anthony!