By Christopher Bjork
Bjork asks a number of very important questions on the topic of checking out and reform: Does checking out overburden scholars? Does it bog down innovation and inspire conformity? Can a method anchored by means of exam be reshaped to nurture creativity and interest? How may still any reforms be applied via lecturers? every one bankruptcy explores questions like those with cautious cognizance to the particular results guidelines have had on faculties in Japan and different Asian settings, and every attracts direct parallels to matters that US faculties at the moment face. supplying a warning call for American schooling, Bjork finally cautions that the accountability-driven perform of standardized trying out may rather well exacerbate the proper difficulties it truly is attempting to solve.
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High-Stakes Schooling: What We Can Learn from Japan's Experiences with Testing, Accountability, and Education Reform by Christopher Bjork