An Associated Press story, carried on the Detroit News web site, reports that a new survey has called the national math assessment into question, raising the possibility that its questions are too easy. The Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institution found that almost 40 percent of the questions on the eighth-grade test involved skills that students should have learned by second grade. The same was true for a fourth-graders' test....
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