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Most states do not offer reciprocity for other state assessment tests. That practice has an adverse effect on school-aged, dependent children of military service members. President Clinton's 1997 solution was a national standardized assessment test for public school students. Critics stated it would cost $96,000,000 to deliver the test. Florida spends 1/4 of that annually on development and delivery of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test. National Standardized Basic Skills Web-base testing is a viable alternative. Technology exists to deliver a cost efficient, national assessment test via the internet with portable results. There are numerous difficulties associated with state assessment test results portability faced by transferring students between states coupled with a lack of states' failure to grant reciprocity for test results.

Descriptors: Test Results, Dependents, Military Personnel, Standardized Tests, State Standards, Testing Programs, Student Mobility, National Standards, Academic Standards





Autor: Wood, David L.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3971&id=ED490786







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