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Agencies were the conduits for these pathways between our clients and the wider production industry. 3. In-house production became even more important, but our external production partners proved how crucial they are BBH’s in-house film and photography production company: Black Sheep Studios, was incredibly busy throughout Covid-19, and was once again a vital partner for the creative department. There is a rich network of independent creative talent that has been building over the five years since BSS was established, and whilst we don’t represent directors or photographers, we have built close relationships and trust that really shines through in the work we make. But we were also reminded again of how crucial our wider production partners are for accessing top drawer talent: directors, photographers and illustrators that have benefitted from years of investment, and can truly bring a different edge to our executions. See full credits for all work featured and have instant access to the world's most powerful and comprehensive advertising database. Above: BBH and BSS's pandemic produced work for Tesco. 4. The article source age-old equation of time/budget/quality is still very relevant There is a saying on the shop floor that, without either time or budget, quality is very hard to come by.



National education test postponed until 2022 Federal officials say the tests, used to track what US students know, are being pushed to 2022. Published: Dec. 2, 2020 at 6:55 AM EST|Updated: 2 hours ago LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - The 2021 National Math and Reading Tests have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Federal officials say the tests, used to track what US students know, are being pushed to 2022. There were concerns about whether testing in early 2021 would be feasible, or even produce valid results during the pandemic. In a post on the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) website, commissioner James Woodworth, PhD said he felt the move would be in the best interests of the country. “Due to the impact of the COVID pandemic on school operations, it will not be possible for NCES to conduct the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) assessments in accordance with the statutory requirements defined by the Education Sciences Reform Act (ESRA) which requires NAEP to be conducted in a valid and reliable manner every 2 years,” said Woodworth. “As Commissioner for Education Statistics, I feel it would be in the best interests of the country and keeping with the intent of ESRA to postpone the next NAEP collection to 2022.