Recognizing that there is much more to a school than test scores, the state will transition to a more effective and less punitive system of accountability.
The campaign to end the high-stakes testing madness and bring real teaching and learning back to the classroom continues to gather momentum.
An art project in New Mexico highlights subject areas that can’t be measured on a standardized test.
The choice is simple: Do we want deeper, more individualized learning for our students or more useless multiple-choice tests?
From high-stakes to multiple measures to opt-out, here’s how the Every Student Succeeds Act will impact testing.
Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, states will be able to streamline and improve assessments. For educators, that can’t come soon enough.
“Teachers have to be at the core of those conversations”: Less standardized testing is hallmark of plan to broaden assessment of student learning.
Across the country, campaigns against overtesting are beginning to produce real results.
A veteran educator urges lawmakers to start paying attention to the impact test anxiety is having on students.
Communities across the country are fed up and pushing back against high-stakes testing.