There are better ways to assess students than with high-stakes standardized tests. These schools are using them with success.
For years, education policy dictated that student standardized test scores be central in the assessment of studentsNo Headlines to display
Even states that only grudgingly rely on multiple-choice tests may sit out an “innovative assessment” pilotNo Headlines to display
Hendrick Hudson High School welcomed a new staff member to its special education program this year.No Headlines to display
Many health and education experts argue that recess is a necessary activity for child development, and parents have begun to advocate for more recess time.No Headlines to display