A two-decade push for testing to hold students accountable appears to be lessening as school districts seek testing waivers from the US Department of Education and more colleges and universities adopt test-optional admissions. Governors in Ohio and Georgia, for example, have supported prolonged periods without standardized testing following the coronavirus pandemic.
Is the US focus on testing coming to an end?
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