ELPA21 is committed to the consortium model, and its governance and management structure relies heavily on the collective wisdom and decisions of the ELPA21 member states. Design and development of ELPA21 are based on the successes of member states.
Upon receipt of the U.S. Department of Education grant award in September 2012, ELPA21 focused on formulating responses to the grant’s terms and conditions, establishing and populating its governance structure, and designing the assessment system structure and processes for development. Since joining CRESST at UCLA, ELPA21's focus is on enhancing the assessment system.
|Arkansas||Alan Lytle, Public School Program Advisor, ELL Assessment Specialist|
|Iowa||Jobi Lawrence, Title III Director|
|Nebraska||Terri Schuster, Title III Director, ELL Assessment|
|Ohio||Lana Hall, Associate Director Office of Curriculum & Assessment|
|Oregon||Mary Anderson, Director of Assessment|
|Washington||Michael Middleton, Director of Select Assessments and Business Enterprises|
|West Virginia||Robert Crawford, Assistant Director, Office of Federal Programs|