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Do you think education assessments are biased toward one race or another? Why or why not?


 

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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    Thanks for the insight Seek-n-Find. So who are the field tests performed on? Thanks for stopping by and keep hubbing!


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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    Thank you justateacher. So nice to get a teacher's perspective. Great points. Thanks for stopping by and keep hubbing!

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    Jenna Ditsch (Seek-n-Find) 4 years ago

    There actually is a federal aspect to creating consistency among states. What you speak was an issue but states are now moving towards a central standard--these are the CCS standards (common core). How teachers teach these standards though....


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    Jenna Ditsch (Seek-n-Find) 4 years ago

    Good points! I agree that assessments are more difficult to use for the various learning styles. I know the assessments I work on are moving that direction , though. Assessments should be "a" tool--not the only tool used for measuring students!


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