The Consequences of Student Testing for Teaching and Teacher Quality
by Linda Darling-Hammond & Elle Rustique-Forrester - 2005
This chapter examines the consequences of student accountability testing for: (1) the nature and quality of teaching, including the curriculum emphases and teaching strategies adopted in the classroom; and (2) the teaching workforce, including the quality of teachers who are recruited and retained in teaching in different schools and districts.
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