New Hampshire sets the PACE with new accountability strategy
from By Brian Stack
To test or not to test? That seems to be the question these days when it comes to state-run standardized testing that is used to hold schools, teachers and students accountable. Most educators agree that this accountability is necessary, but when faced with countless hours of lost instructional time to administer tests, many are left to wonder whether the overtesting should continue. In New Hampshire, the question was never whether or not to take a standardized test. Rather, the Granite State set out to build a better mousetrap.
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