Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 3:10 PM
Stan Carroll / The Commercial Appeal/Landov
Students across Ohio take the Ohio Achievement Assessments in reading, math and science this week.
They're kind of a big deal.
These state tests:
Earlier, Case Western Reserve University Professor Tony Jack shared some advice for students about taking standardized tests:
These test results are not career makers or career breakers, but valuable sources of data that confirm good classroom practices and identify needed improvement. Teachers will find that the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System includes strong support for teachers who want to improve their classroom effectiveness in any area.