Editorial: Frequent testing hurts classroom instruction

12/25/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Two Massachusetts teachers say that too much time is spent on testing, and a rule requiring 28 days of testing for high school students has a negative impact on students and teachers. The teachers said frequent testing interrupts instruction, and takes up time when students could be learning.

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