Assessment and Accountability from the Policymaker’s Perspective
by Lorraine M. McDonnell - 2005
At the heart of the problem, as policymakers and others have defined it, is inadequate and unequal educational achievement; all students need to achieve at higher levels, particularly those who have been hampered by low expectations and insufficient opportunities to learn.
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