Students held back were at high risk of dropping out.
Exploring research, grade inflation and the 'test-optional' debate
Too many black and Latino students get stuck in remedial classes, thwarting college dreams
Even states that only grudgingly rely on multiple-choice tests may sit out an “innovative assessment” pilot
Lessons in inquiry-based learning from Socrates — and Vonnegut
While destroying claims to racial superiority, the results also open the way to damaging black schools
If you could only see them, right under your noses
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TEACHER VOICE: When Hurricane Matthew hit my community hard, these tests kept my eighth graders from losing more ground
A look at the inner workings of data-driven instruction
Mississippi district adopts modified calendar, new exam system and multiple diploma options