The push for a national testing system

The gap between states' student-proficiency rates and the lower results those same children have posted on the National Assessment of Educational Progress has led many observers to call for creation of a national testing system. Some experts say a slowly phased-in system of national tests, starting at the high school level, could overcome the public's traditional reluctance to cede local control of education.

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