Standardized Testing

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Standardized testing perpetuates the very inequalities it is designed to measure.
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The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) has a new website. On May 02, 2017, one could
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It behooves us to reconsider who we educate, how we do so, and for what reasons
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The truth is, learning, insight, intellectual development are not quantifiable.
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Depending on your state, it is that time again ― time to waste students’ school time on the Big Standardized Test. Whether
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When it comes to the Big Standardized Tests, we know that one thing is important before all else― not the soundness of the
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In their edTPA Annual Administrative Report for 2015, SCALE and Pearson claim edTPA is a valid assessment of teaching performance
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In a desperation move, Pearson put a "For Sale" sign on part of it international chain of language schools and private universities
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When I realized I couldn’t answer the questions posed about two of my own poems on the Texas state assessment tests (STAAR
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Whereas, Ms. DeVos has been at the forefront of the establishment of the Detroit charter school initiative, by all accounts
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The gap was not caused by schools; schools can’t make it go away.
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Christopher Tienken (Seton Hall) has solved a mystery, and we can cancel the Big Standardized Test.
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Pondiscio suggests most people make school choices based on something other than "evidence," listing, "religious faith, ideology
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C. M. Rubin and Pasi Sahlberg Educational data mining focuses on interpreting evidence from large amounts of noisy and unstructured
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Ken Zeichner of the University of Washington reviewed several leading alternative teacher certification programs and found
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The U.S. Department of Education, Congress, the last two presidents, and textbook and test publishing companies are in love with high-stakes multiple-choice standardized tests.
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Once upon a time there was a nation that believed body weight was the most accurate and comprehensive way to assess ability. It had always been thus, and no one ever questioned the validity of the standard.