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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Education Leaders: Delaying End-of-Course Exams Fails Students Implementing Existing Education Reforms Will Not Drive Costs

Press Release, "Education Leaders: Delaying End-of-Course Exams Fails Students Implementing Existing Education Reforms Will Not Drive Costs," put out by the Texas Institute for Education Reform promoting HB 3's heightened use of high-stakes, end-of-course exams.

Shouldn't be surprising given the individuals endorsing this proposal all have an economic stake in the state's testing consumption.

-Patricia

1 comment:

  1. Ms. Lopez,

    Before you publish erroneous information on your blog, you may want to check your facts. The three organizations listed are all non-profit entities and have no interest in the textbook publishing business. Instead, they are concerned that the proposed weakening of our state's graduation standards will do a disservice to students as they prepare to enter a more competitive national and international workforce. Perhaps you should focus more on student outcomes than lobbing unfounded accusations.

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