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About half a million Italian high school seniors on Wednesday started their 'Maturita'' graduation exam. The first written test students will be taking throughout the day is an Italian essay, which is the same for all high schools across the nation.
More than three quarters (78%) of admissions tutors said they did not look at data on whether applicants' parents had been to university and only about a third (35%) considered that "evidence of success through a difficult start or background" was
All of the 180 multiple-choice questions were the same Students who wrote the Common Entrance Test for diploma holders (D-CET) on Sunday will once again have to take the same test on June 30...Deshpande on Monday after it was reported that all of the
High school kids who graduate with flying colors in District of Columbia schools often find that college kicks their butt, the Washington Post's Emma Brown reported in a front-pager today headlined "College-bound D.C. grads pack hopes and fears." "
All 180 questions were the same as in the 2012 exam Students who wrote the Common Entrance Test for diploma holders (D-CET) in the State on Sunday faced a googly they had to answer the same set of questions that the previous batch of test-takers did.
Xanthos/News Democratic mayoral candidates joined teachers union president Michael Mulgrew on Thursday in calling for a smaller role for standardized tests in city schools. Democratic mayoral candidates joined teachers union president Michael Mulgrew
From Kentucky to New York, it's expected that test novelty -- and not student competence -- will yield artificially low scores for the next few years as students and teachers adjust. Districts have been heroically preparing schools for new standards
June / July 2013 who did not apply online during the period prescribed by the Department of Government Examinations and are now willing to apply can do so under the tatkal' scheme. March 2013 examinations either as school or private candidate. They
With the debut of common assessments less than two years away, states and districts are worried about the accountability systems that hinge on those tests. A growing chorus of policy groups is urging more flexibility in how states evaluate teachers,
Department of Education has put on hold an important part of federal accountability: peer review of state assessment systems. In December, the department quietly halted the technical expert-panel reviews of state tests that have been a part of