What the Research Says
States Start to Back Away From End-of-Course Tests
States have used end-of-course tests in core courses for accountability since the 1990s, but the number of these tests has declined recently in the wake of a broader movement for less testing, according to a new analysis by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, a Washington think tank.
Vol. 39, Issue 03, Page 6Published in Print: September 3, 2019, as States Start to Back Away From End-of-Course Tests