The latest news on standardized tests
The gap between advantaged and disadvantaged students seems to be shrinking, a new study finds.
New Web sites make it possible for students to research how much education a school really offers.
The PPI, or personal potential index, lets admissions officers assess applicants' personalities.
Federal test scores for 9-year-olds are the highest since early 1970s.
Coverage of the president's campaign appears to have helped close the achievement gap.
Colleges should review their policies and consider going test optional if possible.
Business school entrance exam publisher punishes test takers who used now defunct test-prep site.
Principal criticizes the test-driven state accountability system.
But students who bombed the tests can still take the school's version online.
A new report says that a rigorous high school course load is more likely to improve scores.