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Educators are pushing for standardized assessments of knowledge in subjects such as painting and music, according to Teacher Magazine. In today's high-stakes environment, they feel they have little choice.


Recent international assessments shed new—and seemingly constrasting—light on U.S. students' grasp of mathematics and science.


Despite ongoing complaints, the federal No Child Left Behind Act has become implanted in the culture of America's public education system, according an Education Week special report on state implementation efforts.


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