Harvard Educational Review
  1. Spring 1964 Issue »

    What Can Mass-Testing Programs Do for—and—to the Pursuit of Excellence in American Education

    Joshua A. Fishman, Paul I. Clifford
    Mass-testing is conspicuously entwined in the functioning of the American educational system. It is subject to constant criticism from those who see it as a detriment to improving the quality of education. The authors below suggest that much of this criticism may be misplaced and that a more complete understanding of the role and function of mass-testing is necessary.

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