The book's goal is to clarify for parents, the public, and policy makers what high stakes tests are and how their use affects our schools, children, and society. It explores the various uses, limitations, and paradoxical consequences of high stakes testing.... 1 , 000 vocabulary words. Others are more complex, like the domain of 4th- grade arithmetic problems. ... One aisle might contain all addition problems; another, multiplication problems; and still another, word problems. Each aisle is what testanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Paradoxes of High Stakes Testing|
|Author||:||George F. Madaus, Michael K. Russell, Jennifer Higgins|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2009-01|