SCANTRON EXPANDS LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION TESTING WITH ACQUISITION OF CASTLE WORLDWIDE

Augments market-leading testing services by diversifying assessments solution portfolio. EAGAN, MN– June 20, 2018 – Scantron Corporation, a global provider of market-leading assessment and technology solutions, today announced it has completed its acquisition of Castle Worldwide, an accomplished full-service licensure and certification testing company based in Morrisville, North Carolina. This acquisition unites unparalleled customer service…

Retail’s Promising Future

Castle is proud of its more than decade-long partnership with the NRF Foundation as its training and testing partner. Recently, Ellen Davis, SVP, Research and Strategic Initiatives and Executive Director at the NRF Foundation, wrote an article with a short video clip from the 2018 NRF Foundation Gala regarding the RISE Up program and the…

Castle Recognized for Service to Nursing Specialties

At the fall meeting of ABNS (American Board of Nursing Specialties), Castle Worldwide was recognized for 14 years of service to the ABNS organization and for achieving success for 30 years in the testing field. As an associate member organization, Castle has been a proud sponsor, a frequent expert presenter and attendee of the ABNS…

Castle’s Senior Psychometrician, Sarah Carroll, PhD, Offers ICE Webinar on Job Analysis

Job analysis: A starting point for your program Thursday, September 7, 2017 | 12 pm – 1 pm ET Presenter: Sarah Carroll, PhD Description Job analysis is the cornerstone of any sound, legally defensible licensure or certification program. This webinar will provide an overview of different methods for conducting a job analysis, review best practices,…

Interim Rule for Secure Testing

The United States Copyright Office is creating confusion and consternation in the testing industry by publishing a new rule due to take effect on July 12. This rule would shut down the secure registration of banks of test items. This will make acquiring secure copyright status more difficult and costly for publishers of fixed form…