School accountability: Where do we stand?
from By: Archita Datta Majumdar
In the light of the raging debates on school accountability and the opposition to Common Core testing, a decade-old thesis has found new relevance. "Does School Accountability Lead to Improved Student Performance?" has reached an important milestone since it has singularly influenced major education reforms since it was published in 2005. When teachers and schools are held accountable for students' performance, grades have significantly improved. But more importantly, we've also seen how test results are ineffective in determining the real picture of student achievements and growth or potential.
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