Chief Experience Officer
Elizabeth Mangas, Chief Experience Officer, joined ERB in 1998 as the Associate Director of ISEE. She was promoted to Director in 2000. Since then she has been involved in development of the third edition of ISEE, online administration of the current test for Grades 5 through 12, the development of ISEE testing for grades 2, 3, and 4 (all online) and creation of the Admission Assessment for Beginning Learners (AABL), ERB's admission assessment for students entering Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade. Ms. Mangas is most proud of having assisted in the development of what is today over 40 ISEE school consortia. These consortia create online and paper testing options for schools and families that maximize convenience in terms of the timing and geographic needs of schools and families. She has also led creation of ERB score reports that are sophisticated in providing data as well as nuanced in conveying the student’s own voice through their essay. Under her direction over the last two decades, ISEE staff have continued to perfect the art of serving students, parents and school administrators in the high-stakes environment of admission testing. Ms. Mangas has a bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College.
How to Talk to Parents About CTP Reports
Work with Elizabeth Mangas, ERB’s Chief Experience Officer to interpret and discuss the Individual Narrative Report, the Individual Subscore Report, and the Student Performance Analysis Report with your parents.
In this session, Elizabeth Mangas and Sarah Savage will guide you through CTP and ISEE data to show how these two assessments, when used together, can provide a more complete profile of the student and support a school’s ability to ensure the applicants are the best fit for a program. Gabby McHale and Priya Nambiar, Founder of Nambiar Advising, an educational consulting company based in Los Angeles, and former Associate Director of Admission for Brentwood School, will join Elizabeth and Sarah for a question and answer session to share their experiences working with families, sending schools, and receiving schools as well as how to support families through the admission process.
Numbers In Action
In this session, Elizabeth Mangas and Jason Lasnetski will guide you through CTP and ISEE data to show how these two assessments, when used together, can provide a more complete profile of the student and support a school’s ability to ensure the applicants are the best fit for a program.