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Seven Lessons Learned from Minimum Competency Testing MS Word - Classic minimum competency testing (MCT) burst onto the state education scene with great excitement in the mid-1970s. An education reform mandated by noneducators, it was based on the notion that a minimum level of achievement should be established for the basic skills, and that all students should be expected to attain this level of competency to move through school and graduate. (Chris Pipho, Education Commission of the States, 2002)...
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