Latest Standardized test Stories

2009-01-29 08:40:05

A new study in the Journal of School Health found that physically fit kids scored better on standardized math and English tests than their less fit peers.

2009-01-22 06:00:00

DigitalBridge's DigitalSAMS(TM) and NWEA's MAP solutions are now available to educators through one robust portal OREM, Utah, Jan.

2008-11-27 12:02:46

The Royal Society of Chemistry in Britain said the public school system is failing science students due to an erosion of standards on science tests. More than 1,300 students took part in a recent study comparing modern science tests with tests from the 1960s, The Times of London reported Thursday. Students,

2008-11-03 12:10:00

Accurate Learning Systems Corporation today announced MathScore Assess, an online math assessment solution, providing educators with a rapid, precise assessment of student skill sets on the path to Algebra readiness.

2008-10-09 03:00:31

By Methe, Scott A Hintze, John M; Floyd, Randy G Abstract. The purpose of this study was to develop short- duration assessment measures hypothesized to be valid samples of early mathematical behavior. The Early Numeracy Skill Indicators were designed using a curriculum-based assessment approach.

2008-10-02 12:15:00

Washington-area students from poor families show improved reading and math scores under the No Child Left Behind law, a newspaper analysis indicated Thursday. This suggests the controversial standards-based education reform for U.S.

2008-10-01 03:00:00

By Misco, Thomas Abstract: In this article, the author explores the challenges and promises of value-added assessment.

2008-09-28 13:00:00

By Jay Ambrose Scripps Howard News Service Guess what? Because of the much-maligned No Child Left Behind law, fewer children are being left behind in America's public schools, and you can thank the even more maligned president of the United States for that. George W.

2008-09-26 03:00:29

By Neill, Monty With more pressing issues on its agenda and no consensus about how to proceed, Congress probably will delay until after this November's elections the reauthorization of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), a framework of standards, tests, and consequences initiated by the 1994 authorization of the Elementary and secondary Education Act (ESEA).

2008-09-18 03:00:20

By Katz, Stanley N GENERALIZATIONS about longitudinal collegiate assessment are difficult to make, and they are often problematic. For one thing, there is an incredible range of institutional types.

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