San Francisco study highlights importance of frequent assessments

12/18/2003 | San Francisco Chronicle

Frequent testing to diagnose children's academic needs was a significant factor in raising minority students' achievement levels, a study by the Bay Area School Reform Collaborative indicated. Researchers found that in schools where black and Latino students' test scores were improving, teachers had assessed students' academic needs a few times a week, then used the data to refocus their teaching.

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