Wisconsin signs on for college accountability test

All University of Wisconsin students will soon take a standardized test to determine how much they've learned in college as part of a new voluntary U.S. accountability system. The system is still searching for an appropriate test, and some faculty fear that using a one-size-fits-all approach to cover majors from chemistry to creative writing could put too much emphasis on "teaching to the test," as opposed to rigorous academics.

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