There has been a long discussion within our college about whether or not teaching to the test is appropriate. Of course, the test that we mean is the TExES Principal as Instructional Leader (268) exam, which is in the process of becoming more rigorous and interactive.
As explained on the website of the Texas Educator Certification Program (2018), “This full-length practice exam contains 91 selected-response questions as well as four sample constructed-response questions. The interactive practice exam provides candidates with test-taking experience that simulates the operational exam, and with automated results reporting on the selected-response questions” (para 1). Because of this update to the state exam, our program has gone through some changes to help prepare our students to take and pass this new exam.
This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Laura Trujillo-Jenks, PhD and Warren Ortloff, PhD
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