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More Tests! Can States & Testing Industry Handle “Multiple Measures”?

By Alexander Russo — August 09, 2007 1 min read

Gerald Bracey points out in this Huffington Post post (Nothing Will Happen with NCLB) that adding more tests (ie, multiple measures) is no guaranteed solution because it could well overwhelm the testing infrastructure. It’s an interesting argument, in part because I hadn’t heard it before and mostly because it puts Bracey in the position of arguing against multiple measures.

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