Indiana juniors' writing skills assessed by computers

05/19/2004 | NYTimes.com

Indiana is the first state to use computers to score high school students' end-of-year English essay tests. In a two-year pilot intended to dispel skepticism about computerized scoring, student essays simultaneously graded by e-rater, the automated grading engine, and human readers received virtually identical scores.

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