The Testing of Black students

a symposium.
  • 113 Pages
  • 1.95 MB
  • English

Prentice-Hall , Englewood Cliffs, N.J
African American students -- Congresses., Educational tests and measurements -- United States -- Congre


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StatementEdited by LaMar P. Miller for the American Educational Research Association.
SeriesPrentice-Hall American Educational Research Association series
ContributionsMiller, LaMar P., ed., American Educational Research Association.
LC ClassificationsLC2801 .T47
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 113 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5045979M
ISBN 100139119663
LC Control Number74006237

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The impact is greater in schools that serve low-income youth, particularly students of color. Likewise, The National Center for Fair & Open Testing criticized standardized tests as incredibly The Testing of Black students book while unfairly misplacing black boys in special education s: 3.

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Black teachers are three times more likely to identify black students as gifted in reading: percent of the time. That's the same rate as for white students, no matter the race of their teacher. Standardized testing imposes disproportionate harm on Black students by ignoring cultural differences and needs, forcing Black boys into special-education programs, and creating mental anguish.

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They also opposed the use of standardized test scores as a barrier to black students. Notably, George Washington University has also dropped the requirement of SAT.

-- Black-white differences in academic achievement have also narrowed throughout the twentieth century. The best trend data come from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), which has been testing seventeen-year-olds since and has repeated many of the same items year after year.

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