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Regulating The Testing Industry Returns

The most interesting parts of this article on NCLB is its simultaneous call for more regulation of the testing industry -- and more different kinds of testing. Usually, folks call for one or the other, especially in the context of criticizing NCLB, but not these guys (The untested theories behind No Child Left Behind). Specifically, they call for computer-adaptive tests and formative assessments instead of the current proliferation of annual standardized tests.

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