Research Methods Part 1 - Standardized Testing

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Standardized Testing – Research Methods Part 1 Standardized Testing – Research Methods Part 1 Tony Bertussi Kim Love Dawn Lazetera Bill Tremblay Jolynn Weeks QNT 561 April 6, 2011 Patricia Towne
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Standardized Testing Team A’s paper will focus on the U.S. Department of Education, in particular, standardized tests. Standardized tests are created with bias. The dilemma focuses on standardized testing and how it affects both male and female students. Which gender does better on standardized testing? Does ethnicity and socio-economic status play a part in the testing? “With standardized testing everyone is marked on the same scale” (Education and Politics, 2011). The education system in the United States focuses solely on testing, and up until recently, feels that is an effective measurement of learning. There is not any room for deviation from the tests, but there is not any consideration on how students learn, even more so how female and make students differ greatly in their learning process. Because this aforementioned problem is not considered, students are essentially set up for
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