Random sampling suggested as alternative to high-stakes testing of all students in Minn.

05/5/2013 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota's state education commissioner, is reiterating her concern over high-stakes testing following glitches in administering online exams. Cassellius said existing exams offer little information to help improve teaching or learning, so she suggests using random sampling of students as a more efficient and useful measure of learning.

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