D.C. public charter schools will soon be giving new standardized tests to very young children -- aged 3, 4 and 5 -- for high-stakes purposes.
Reformers find a new way to misuse student standardized test scores.
Are "cut scores" are set to get specific results? Here's a primer.
The opening of Charles Dickens’s "Hard Times" is a chilling and uncanny allegory for the data-driven, test-obsessed reforms that are now overwhelming our schools.
Custodians evaluated by test scores, and much more.
Principals detail the flaws of new high-stakes standardized tests in New York.
A 14-year-old boy in New York details what he found so annoying about the new Common Core-aligned English test he and other students around the state just took.
'It’s testing season in New York, which can mean only one thing: It’s open season on Pearson, the corporation everyone loves to hate. But this time, when they crossed a serious line, far too many state leaders and reformers are holding their fire.'
Nobody in Florida with the power to do so stopped the state from forcing a 9-year-old boy named Michael, who was born with a brain stem but not a complete brain, from taking a standardized test.
In several states online problems during test administration forced postponement and sparked new concerns about testing.