Opinion: Tests are critical measures of school achievement

07/12/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

In an opinion piece, Bill Evers and Herbert J. Walberg of the Hoover Institution defend standardized tests, which, they contend, serve as valid, albeit imperfect, tools for assessing educational accountability. The writers argue that schools should not be the only American institution exempt from being graded and subject to penalties for failure.

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