India school eliminates tests

12/30/2008 | LiveMint.com/The Wall Street Journal (India)

A primary school in India has abandoned tests and exams and instead gives parents more anecdotal information about their children's progress -- an approach that the National Council of Educational Research and Training wants to spread to schools throughout the country. Teachers share a portfolio of students' work with parents instead of merely test scores, but some parents have criticised the lack of quantifiable data.

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