Articles: Testing

Alison DeNisco
In Clear Lake Middle School, part of Clear Lake Community School District in northern Iowa, teachers have time every week to access student data and tailor instruction.
Iowa middle school students leave early one day each week so teachers can analyze test results
David Browne
David Browne is superintendent of the Randolph, New Jersey public schools, a suburban K12 district of 4,800 students.
Teacher’s evaluations of students will measure progress better than Common Core tests
Tim Goral
Warren Berger's new books explores why questioning is neither taught nor rewarded in most schools.
A journalist shows how asking questions leads to true learning
Alison DeNisco
An ASCD survey found only a small number of people sensed a strong Common Core opt-out movement. (Click to enlarge_
It remains unclear how widespread the opt-out movement is across the nation

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