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February 11, 2011

Can the Federal Government Fund Curriculum Materials?

Experts question whether federal law allows the two state assessment consortia to design curricular and instructional materials.

February 07, 2011

Report Aims to Debunk 'Myth' About Glory Days of U.S. Achievement

The study from the Brookings Institution says the United States has never been close to number one on international math tests.

February 07, 2011

Common Tests and California's Early Assessment Program

One of the two state assessment consortia draws directly on California's EAP as a model.

February 04, 2011

What to Expect From the Revised AP U.S. History Program

The revised U.S. history program is expected to emphasize skills that enable students to "actively investigate historical events."

February 03, 2011

New NAEP in Technology, Engineering Expected in 2014

The new exam will be entirely computer-based.

January 31, 2011

Revised AP Biology Course Coming, But U.S. History Delayed

Parts of the revised U.S. history curriculum seemed "vague," some teachers reportedly complained.

January 26, 2011

College Board's SAT Goes Statewide in Delaware

Delaware will offer all of its 11th graders the chance to take the SAT, free of charge, during the school day.

January 20, 2011

The Challenge of Aligning K-12 With College

A California program is a role model for those who want to help K-12 systems align to college expectations.

January 13, 2011

More on PISA: U.S. High Achievers Scarce in Math, Science

The U.S. is not exactly a world leader in producing top-tier performers in math and science.

January 12, 2011

Will the New Assessments Make a Difference?

Mixed into the optimistic visions of the folks working on new assessments for the common standards are some more-skeptical strains. One recent example I've come across: a prediction from George Wood, the executive director of the Forum for Education and Democracy, that the new tests won't prove, in ...

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