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Vision, Reality Collide in Common-Core Tests - Education Week
In states across the country, field-testing of the exams that will measure students’ mastery of the Common Core State Standards is well underway. Much attention is focusing on the questions that this “testing of the test” will inevitably raise about bandwidth, access for special populations, and standard-setting.

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