Testing

Articles: Testing

New York Times science reporter Benedict Carey students can benefit from switching up where they do homework, or even changing the music they listen to while studying.
1/20/2015
Tim Goral
A new book looks at how to study smarter, not harder
12/17/2014
Alison DeNisco
Students nationwide take as many as 20 standardized tests per year, and an average of 10 in grades 3 through 8
Common Core supporter Sonja Santelises, a vice president at the Education Trust, says political uncertainty over the standards could destabilize classrooms.
12/11/2014
Deborah Yaffe
New standards, which shall not be named, will pose technological problems but raise student learning
Educators and thought leaders offer forecasts for technology, instruction, administration and assessments.
12/10/2014
District Administration
Predictions for the new year examine major trends reshaping classrooms

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