‘Students may not opt out of assessment’
Activists say there are better teaching methods than ‘filling in bubbles for a couple hours’
‘I want my young kids to enjoy education and learning’
Way to go, standardized testing! Brilliant!
‘Take inventory and let’s launch 2.0′
‘Your teacher will feel bad because you didn’t try. She gets paid for teaching you.’
‘Vague and unreasonably difficult’ questions, ‘grim’ and grossly inconsistent grading
‘Teachers and administrators are truly devastated by what a terrible test it was’
Would you believe a main architect of Common Core is involved?
Test companies collect big bucks from colleges trolling for applicants
Answer sheets contained drawings of cats and rocks, texting slang
Liberal mayors have recently engaged in battles with teachers unions
Unions seek to stymie merit-pay provisions
No wrong answers left behind - TheDC
The staff of Cayuga Elementary may have helped students cheat on standardized tests
Teachers caught cheating - USA Today
A USA Today investigative report found ways and reasons why teachers cheat, including changing the answers on their students’ standardized exams
ACT lost the test scores of 100 high school seniors in Oakland, Calif.
New York has been a national model for how to carry out education reform, so its sudden decline in passing rates may be seen as a cautionary tale
As the eternal temptation of students to cheat has gone high-tech, educators have responded with their own efforts to crack down
City officials have revealed that they would begin searching for a new gifted admissions test that would allow 3-year-olds to be tested