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Regents Exams Gone Wrong:
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3-18-04More Students Passing Regents, but Achievement Gap PersistsNYTimes
3-9-03Prof.: Math A scoring doesn't add upNewsday
9-2-03Rising Demands for Testing Push Limits of Its AccuracyNew York Times
9-2003Math Regents Exam: Test Your KnowledgeNewsday
8-31-03Examining the ExamsNewsday
8-27-03State to rescore Math RegentsThe Ithaca Journal
8-27-03Trials of Regents Test Foresaw Failure at a High RateNew York Times
8-10-03Accountability Sham: State, Federal Tests ConflictBradenton (FL) Editorial
7-10-03The Regents need to be more flexible Daily News
6-29-03When Standardized Tests Go Wrong Westchester Weekly Desk
Written by Consortium Members:
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12-10-03Ann Cook: Re: "Gains in Houston Schools: How Real Are They?" New York Times
7-14-03Ann Cook: High-Stakes TestingNew York Times
7-12-03Jeanne Heifetz: A Regents MoratoriumNew York Times
Politics:
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May 19Protesters: Standardized Tests Tool Of SegregationWNBC
May 12 State uncovers politically correct handling of English testNewsday
April 15Not Just A TestThe Nation
April 28Putting the test to the test Brighton-Pittsford Post
Feb 2004'No Child' rebellion picking up momentum Salt Lake Tribune
Nov. 2003The Bias QuestionThe Atlantic Online
10-15Trail of Clues PrecededNew York Times
10-14Regents May Ease 5-Exam StandardNew York Post
10-01In 'No Child Left Behind,' a Problem With the MathNew York Times
9-30New York City's Schools Fear a Wave of TransfersNew York Times
9-03Call for a Cease-Fire on TestingThe Newsletter of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
9-17-03U.S. education law nets mishmash of resultsPalm Beach Post
9-12-03Testing to Create Dropouts?: Playing the Numbers Game for Kids' FuturesThe Village Voice
7-7-03State Education Commissioner Keeps Smiling Through an OutcryNew York Times
Beyond New York:
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4-30-04Test Travesty: Schools Should Emphasize Learning, Not TestingHouston Chronicle Editorial
12-3-03A Miracle Revisited: Gains in Houston Schools: How Real Are They?New York Times
11-8-03Education 'Miracle' Has a Math Problem Washington Post
9-3-03North Carolina: A Star! A Failure! Unmeshed YardsticksLos Angeles Times
8-19-03New School Testing Takes the U.S. Closer to "Old Europe"Los Angeles Times
8-11-03New Federal Rating Unfair to Delaware SchoolsDelaware News-Journal
7-10-03California Postpones Exit ExamNew York Times
How It Affects The Students:
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May 15, 2004More Youths Opt for G.E.D., Skirting High-School HurdleNew York Times
4-26-04Don't know history? Here's why:Globe Newspaper Company
3-4-04Fairport grades ignore RegentsRochester Democrat and Chronicle:
2-27-04Seeking Alternatives to Standardized Testing (Interview with Deborah Meier)Washington Post
2-13-04Private school will quit using state testsDemocrat and Chronicle
1-21-04On Education: Students Pass, but Schools Fail?New York Times
Nov. 2003Leaving Children Behind: How No Child Left Behind Will Fail Our ChildrenFairTest.org & Phi Delta Kappan
9-18-03Testing 'harming school science'BBC News
9-17-032 English Tests SpeakNew York Times
9-8-03Making The GradeThe New Yorker
8-30-03Thousands Pass Math, After AllNewsday
8-30-03New Diploma Requirements Under AttackNewsday
8-30-03Scores on Math Regents Exam to Be Raised for ThousandsNew York Times
8-13-03The 'Zero Dropout' Miracle: Alas! Alack! A Texas Tall TaleNew York Times
7-31-03To Cut Failure Rate, Schools Shed Students New York Times



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