The New York Times reports that the Educational Testing Service–one of the biggest testing organizations in the United States–has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit for $11.1 million. The suit was brought in response to errors in the scoring of a widely used licensing examination. The exams, known as the Praxis series, are designed to determine a person’s eligibility to become a teacher. The suit was filed by test takers, and it involved a part of the test series given from January 2003 to April 2004… (Note: This site requires free registration)