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In recent years, all 50 states have embarked on education initiatives related to high standards and challenging content. A central focus of these efforts has been the establishment of a common set of academic standards for all students, the assessments that measure student performance, and accountability systems that are at least partially focused on student outcomes. This CPRE Policy Brief summarizes a longer report about state assessment and accountability systems in all 50 states and examines the extent to which state policies meet the intent of federal policy, particularly Title I.
Goertz, Margaret E. and Duffy, Mark. (2001). Assessment and Accountability Across the 50 States. CPRE Policy Briefs.
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Date Posted: 29 June 2015