12/20/2011

This article chronicles standardized testing in New York state, from the early years of testing under No Child Left Behind through numerous concerns over how well the tests have reflected students' knowledge, particularly when compared with scores from federal assessments. The timeline highlights revelations in 2010 and 2011 that previous test scores and graduation rates likely were inaccurate, as well as the push to include student scores in teacher and principal evaluations.

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