Separating fact from fiction:
5 standardized testing myths debunked

The pencil and paper standardized tests of the past—with their multiple-choice bubbles and one-size-fits-all approach—often generate less than positive reviews from educators. And students. The data in, data out model that offers only scores and no learning solutions can seem like a waste of time and resources.

Chances are you’ve heard colleagues, parents, or students make statements about standardized testing that they perceive as hard truths. So how can you tell fact from fiction? Here are five common myths that don’t hold up under closer inspection.

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