Study weighs cost landscape facing common-core tests
from Education Week
The two federally funded consortia of states developing tests aligned to the common core won't have to increase the prices of their assessments by more than a few dollars per student if some states drop out, according to a new report. The analysis, released by the Brookings Institution, attempts to quantify one potential kind of damage that common-assessment opponents could inflict on the two testing groups: driving up the cost of the tests by getting states to withdraw.
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