Studies find teachers have mixed feelings about state tests

03/5/2003 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A majority of teachers in areas that administer high-stakes tests say the tests marginalize subjects not covered on them and put too much pressure on students, according to two studies released yesterday. Most teachers say their state's curriculum standards were solid and their district's program is aligned with the state test, the surveys found.

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