2006 Testing and Assessment Archive

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Multiple Choice
When it comes to assessment, special populations might need special accommodations. With participation in state assessments at historic levels for students with special needs, it appears that education has jumped light years ahead. But those gains cannot be considered meaningful when many of the instruments used to measure subject mastery are stuck in the dark ages. Standardized tests always leave some students at a disadvantage, but this is especially true for those who learn differently.
January 2006