Current Test-Based Incentive Programs Have Not Consistently Raised Student Achievement in U.S. – Improved Approaches Should Be Developed and Evaluated
Despite being used for several decades, test-based incentives have not consistently generated positive effects on student achievement, says a new report from the National Research Council.
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