A company is scrambling to purge the Internet of questions used in the exams, but some critics say public debate is the best way to make better tests.
The questions, taken from a Common Core fourth-grade reading test, came to a Columbia professor in an email from an anonymous teacher.
Leaked questions rekindle fierce debate over common core tests -- flyingDistrict Leadership - Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, PD. I have more concerns about the reading. Reams said PARCC Inc. There is much truth to their position. Ground Rules for Posting. That is the main argument against it ,at leat among those I know. District Leadership - Business, Communications, HR.
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By commenting, you are agreeing to abide by our user agreement.. Enter your comment here... How can you fight for righteousness without knowing the wrong? Send to Email Address. Teacher - High School. The kids were totally fried by the time we finished testing. Current Issue Assessment and Testing Budget and Finance Bullying Charter Schools Common Standards Curriculum and Instruction E-Learning Early Childhood English-Language Learners Every Student Succeeds Act Federal Policy High Schools Law and Courts Leadership and Management Research Special Education State News by State Teaching Profession Technology Unions Vouchers See All Topics Leaders to Learn From Quality Counts Technology Counts Special Reporting Series Infographics State Highlights Reports EdCounts Database Education Week Research Center ERS Practical Tools for District Transformation PD Toolkit Webinars Chats Leaders to Learn From Live Events Live Events Videos. Petrilli, the president of the Thomas B.
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The tests weren't developed by politicians, but by educators mostly teachers and administrators. You are commenting using your cnreports.info account. Powered by Movable Type Pro. Follow RubiconCoreTalk More from Rubicon. Instead, I see the persistent resistance to all standardized tests as counterproductive to teachers.