Testing Students

Materials from The National Center for Fair and Open Testing (also known as FairTest) range over critiques of NCLB, ideal programs for evaluating programs, misuses of standardized tests, listserv discussions, lists of colleges not using SAT or ACT tests for entry, fact sheets, statistics and more. Anyone can sign up for their free email newsletter. They have many publications and reports analyzing issues around measurement and testing. This valuable resource informs us and serves as an objective guide to future action in the field of testing at both K-12 and university levels. They also work for thoughtful public policy.

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