Teachers assign fewer research papers amid testing constraints

Facing an increased focus on testing and limited time for grading, schools nationwide are abandoning the research paper. According to a 2002 study, 95% of teachers believed that research papers were important for students, but many said they do not assign lengthy papers. It's a trend some educators say is leaving students ill-prepared for college work.

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