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Uses and abuses of data in professional development

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Posted by: Nancy Love
Posted on: May 01, 2002 at 6:28 PM
Do you think that high-stakes tests foster improvement in historically low-performing, high-poverty schools? Is opposing high-stakes testing a luxury that high-performing affuent schools can afford?
Is testing leading to "class war", as a recent NY Times magazine article suggested?
What has been the impact of high-stakes testing on mathematics and science education in your school or district?

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