Does the American approach to testing need to change?

September 14, 2018


While tests in many other countries are high-stakes propositions for students, in the U.S., they are high-stakes propositions for teachers and schools. Standardized test scores matter little to students in the context of their classroom experience, because they rarely affect their progress in schools. If anything, standardized test results may limit their choices for colleges and universities, but they don’t keep these students from earning a four-year degree.

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