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One Size Does Not Fit All

Research, Reports and Data - "One Size Does Not Fit All!"

Research and Studies
Read the studies compiled about the consequences of testing

Regents Exam Critiques
Several panels of independent experts have reviewed Regents exams considering issues of content, accuracy of material, scoring procedures, alignment with standards, rubrics and the quality of student responses. They have also considered student work produced in schools using a system of performance assessment. Read their reports.

Undermining Professionalism
Motivation Studies and Quotes From Teachers

Flawed Test Construction and Scoring Problems
Regents tests have problems. Some have been highlighted by principals, teachers and superintendents. Even the State Education Problem admits there are errors.

Parents Laud Consortium Schools
Read the results of a recent survey of parents of Consortium students.


Reports Find Fault With High-Stakes Testing
Education Week, January 8, 2003

Critics Say Regents English Tests Push Immigrants to Drop Out
The New York Times, June 23, 2002

The Elderly Man and the Sea? Test Sanitizes Literary Texts
The New York Times, June 2, 2002

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