The latest news on standardized tests
The controversial No Child Left Behind law changed the face of American education.
In this week's roundup: teacher tenure, school reform, and 2011 in review.
Canceling has implications, so make sure you know it's a smart move.
Multiple choice tests are pervasive—but are they the best way to measure student achievement?
TOEFL test prep should be comprehensive—and can even be fun.
New GED exam will set benchmarks for high school equivalency and college readiness.
Seven teens in Long Island were first to use fake identities in several years.
Prospective college students should know the truth about the SAT and ACT.
The College Board says students who score 1550 on the SAT have a good chance of succeeding in college.
You still have time to do a good job with your applications.