Test Scores, Finger-Pointing, and Poverty

With declining NAEP scores in both math and English following closely on the heels of disappointing Common Core assessment results, can full frontal finger-pointing be long in the offing? Speaking of the statistically significant scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, Acting Commissioner of the National Center for Education…

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The Test Results Are In: Now What?

There’s a story told of a physician who tells a patient: “Your test results are in, and I have both good news and bad news to share with you.  Which would you like to hear first?”  The patient asks to hear the good news first, and the doctor says: “I’m afraid the tests indicate…

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