Tests measure teacher progress

Indianapolis Public Schools students are required to take benchmark exams twice a quarter to analyze how well their teachers are following the state's standards, but teachers say the test questions are poorly worded and confusing. Meanwhile, parents argue the exams squelch teachers' creativity, and students say the tests include material that has yet to be covered.

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