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Computerized Common Core Assessments Pose Challenges

Common Core Computerized Testing Poses Challenges for Schools

This spring, over 5.2 million students "tested the test," trying out new Common Core-aligned assessments that will be implemented starting next year. What they found was that schools need to undergo more preparation. 

According to EdSurge, the Common Core testing posed a challenge for some schools, especially those with less technology in the classroom.

The article looked at digital assessment and asked the question: Does digital assessment more accurately evaluate student knowlege? Tech tools can be difficult, especially for those with special needs, or for schools that have no experience with tools such as the math "equation editor."

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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