California Test For English Language Learners Draws Fire

12/10/2001 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Some educators criticize the California English Language Development Test for being poorly designed, expensive and not living up to its stated ambition. The state spent more than $15 million on the test in 2001, not including the estimated $20 to $30 per test spent by school districts.

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