Anne Hyslop

Guest Blogger

Senior Policy Analyst

Washington, D.C.

Anne Hyslop is a Senior Policy Analyst with Bellwether Education Partners. She advises clients and produces research, analysis and commentary on educational accountability and improvement, No Child Left Behind waivers and reauthorization, and the intersection and alignment of state and federal policy, PreK-12.

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Posted Jan. 12, 2015

Let’s Talk About Tests: 4 Questions to Ask

Anne Hyslop is a senior policy analyst at Bellwether Education Partners, where she specializes in educational accountability and improvement. This…

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Posted Jan. 9, 2015

5 Reasons Getting Rid of Annual Testing Is a Dumb Idea

Anne Hyslop is a senior policy analyst at Bellwether Education Partners, where she specializes in educational accountability and improvement. This…

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Posted Jan. 8, 2015

In Defense of Standardized Testing

Anne Hyslop is a senior policy analyst at Bellwether Education Partners, where she specializes in educational accountability and improvement, No…

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