A multi-million dollar corporation wants to make sure Pennsylvania’s children keep getting standardized tests.
Data Recognition Corporation (DRC) and the state Department of Education are providing the optional Classroom Diagnostic Tools (CDT) assessments for use in students’ homes.
Students are not required to take the CDT in the Commonwealth unless their district decides to give it. The test is encouraged by the state as a way of telling how students will do on the required tests.
With this new option, parents finally can give multiple choice standardized tests to their own children on-line.
Which is kind of…
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