Using High Stakes Testing to Make Students and Schools Accountable for Learning

Students conduct an informal survey about their views on high stakes testing and use basic computation skills to evaluate results as a group. They participate in activities related to high stakes testing and "No Child Left Behind" legislation and use reasons, facts, and examples to support their position.

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