The Achievement & Assessment Institute (AAI) is pleased to relaunch the AAI Speaker Series, featuring noted individuals in the fields of assessment, statistics, education, and more. Presenters will offer talks appealing to many disciplines of study, with events occurring on the University of Kansas campus. For the fall of 2022, AAI has tapped noted author and statistician Howard Wainer to deliver two talks on November 15. Wainer is the recipient of numerous academic awards and honors, and is the author of nearly 25 books, with hundreds of articles and book chapters to his name.
Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) Alternate Assessment System, from AAI's ATLAS Prepares Students for Success
Learn how Dynamic Learning Maps®, from AAI's Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems (ATLAS), helps students with significant cognitive disabilities achieve in school and beyond.
Led by Director Chris McKitterick, the Ad Astra Center for Science Fiction and the Speculative Imagination brings writers, readers, scholars, educators, and fans of speculative fiction together to study and create work that changes the world.
“Our work covers a wide range of services and initiatives, but the heart of what we do is improving the lives of communities,” said AAI Director and University Distinguished Professor Neal Kingston. “It only makes sense we would start with our home.”
After reviewing many excellent proposals, The Achievement & Assessment Institute (AAI) in the University of Kansas’ School of Education and Human Science
The Achievement and Assessment Institute (AAI) is pleased to announce a grant opportunity for KU faculty in the arts and humanities.
LAWRENCE — In a rapidly evolving economy with ever-shifting workforce demands, how can universities, businesses and students better meet each other’s needs? There’s a map for that.
In a new feature, AAI's Center for Public Partnerships & Research explores an issue many parents and childcare providers are familiar with: The Paradox of Child Care Costs.