Federal Education Law Could Affect NAEP Samples

02/6/2002 | Education Week

A late addition to the law requires parents be informed if their children are selected to take the National Assessment of Educational Progress test. The provision allows parents to pull their children out of the exam and lets students to pick and choose which questions to answer. Testing experts say the new rule could make scoring less accurate.

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