Assessing True Academic Success: The Next Frontier of Reform
September 1999, Volume 92, Issue 6, Page 462
Not everyone will agree with the ideas in this article, but I hope that nobody will reject them as being impossible to implement. Assessment, however we define it, is only a means to an end: the learning of mathematics by all our students. If you suspect that your assessment is getting in the way of that basic goal, then I urge you to tame whatever beast it has become. The success of your students is in your hands—for your assessment is the instrument that defines that success.
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