The Princeton Review Ranks State Testing Programs and Policies

May 2003
Educational Marketer;5/12/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 14, p6
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Reports on the results of the Princeton Review Inc.'s ranking of state testing programs and policies in the United States as of 2003. Basis for the ranking; Objective of the initiative; Best and worst accountability programs in the country; Criteria. INSET: Best and Worst Accountability Programs, The Princeton Review....


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