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Exploring Rapid Achievement Gains in North Carolina and Texas MS Word PDF - A 1999 report by RAND Education to the National Education Goals Panel concludes that the most plausible explanation for test score gains in North Carolina and Texas is those states’ focus on aligning assessment, data collection, accountability policies and other aspects of their education systems with standards. (David Grissner and Ann Flanagan, National Education Goals Panel, November 1998)...
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