Newsletter Archives

A note on the Archive issues – up until 2005 Articles in the Examiner were dated as Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall. Post 2005 and for the purposes of searching on this website they are organized by the actual month they were published. When searching pre-2005 articles use the following key:

Winter = January
Spring = April
Summer = June
Fall = October

Issue Title Subject
May, 2004 No Time for Recess, No Need for Nap K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Chicago Paper Appeals Test Decision K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Wales to Cut Testing K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Exit Exam Opposition Grows K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Class and Schools Looks Beyond Classroom for Learning Gap Solutions K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Disabled Students Sue Alaska Over Exit Exam K-12 Testing
May, 2004 CDs Against NCLB K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Retention: A History of Failure K-12 Testing
May, 2004 New York Retention Battle K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Chicago Research Criticizes Retention, Test-Driven “Improvement” K-12 Testing
May, 2004 Through the Looking Glass K-12 Testing
May, 2004 “New” SAT: High Anxiety, Little Change University Testing
May, 2004 The “New” SAT 2005: A Better Test or Just a Marketing Tool? University Testing
May, 2004 Sarah Lawrence Drops Admissions Tests University Testing
October, 2003 Students, Educators, Parents Protest NY Regents Exams K-12 Testing
October, 2003 Houston Rapped for Hiding Dropouts K-12 Testing
October, 2003 More Testing Errors K-12 Testing
October, 2003 NCLB Backlash Casts Harsh Light on Bush Education Record K-12 Testing
October, 2003 More FCAT Troubles for Florida K-12 Testing
October, 2003 Special Education Issues Dog NCLB K-12 Testing
October, 2003 More Than 700 Colleges Test "Optional" University Testing
October, 2003 SAT Race, Gender Gaps Increase University Testing
October, 2003 College Board Raises Test Fees University Testing
October, 2003 Southern Ed. Fund Blasts Teacher Tests Teacher & Employment Testing
October, 2003 British Teachers Consider Boycott International Testing
June, 2003 Teachers Seek NCLB Reform K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Organizing Wins CA Test Delay K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Testing Errors Continue K-12 Testing
June, 2003 NY Test Fiasco Prompts Calls to Reassess High Stakes K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Massachusetts Governor Vetoes Exit Exam Reform Measure K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Flawed Poll by Business Roundtable K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Florida Protests FCAT K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Update on Texas Assessment Reform K-12 Testing
June, 2003 NCLB Sows Confusion, Anger, Resistance K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Can Schools Be Trusted? K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Report Highlights Testing Errors K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Worth Reading K-12 Testing
June, 2003 Supreme Court Decisions Impact Univ. Admissions University Testing
June, 2003 Where Are the Women MBAs? University Testing
June, 2003 ETS Loses SAT "Writing Test" Contract University Testing
March, 2003 Authentic Assessment and Accountability: Worth Reading K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Why “No Child Left Behind” Will Fail Our Children K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Resistance to National Testing Heats Up K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Texans Rally Against Testing K-12 Testing
March, 2003 L.A. Group Pushes for Testing Change K-12 Testing
March, 2003 British Teachers to Boycott Tests K-12 Testing
March, 2003 MA School Boards Defy State K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Mass. Students Take MCAS to Court K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Boston Protests MCAS Exam K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Resistance to Testing Continues K-12 Testing
March, 2003 California Organizing Heats Up K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Resisters Win Legal Victories K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Head Start Testing Plan Draws Fire K-12 Testing
March, 2003 RI Adds Varied Graduation Requirements K-12 Testing
March, 2003 New NJ Testing Program K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Building Local Assessment Systems K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Reports: High Stakes Testing Hurts Education K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Independent Panels Blast Regents K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Research Finds Fault with Chicago’s Retention Program K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Driving Children Out K-12 Testing
March, 2003 More Testing Foul-Ups, Cheating K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Seventy Percent of Schools to “Fail” K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Transfers and Tutoring K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Reports and Resources on NCLB K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Inadequate Funding Makes NCLB Worse K-12 Testing
March, 2003 The Damage of Testing: Reviews K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Supreme Court Brief Shows Test Scores Do Not Equal Merit University Testing
March, 2003 Test Score Cutoffs Eliminated for NCAA Eligibility K-12 Testing
March, 2003 Pitzer College Makes SAT Optional University Testing
March, 2003 New GMAT Fact Sheet University Testing
October, 2002 Civil Rights Groups File Bias Complaint Against FL Scholarship University Testing
October, 2002 Annual Scores Promote Test-Maker Products University Testing
October, 2002 College Access Blocked by MA High School Exit Test University Testing
October, 2002 ESEA Controversies Continue K-12 Testing
October, 2002 School Boards Vote Against Grad. Tests K-12 Testing
October, 2002 College Access Blocked by MA High School Exit Test K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Chicago Teachers Boycott CASE K-12 Testing
October, 2002 FL Court Allows Test Scrutiny K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Lawsuit Challenges MCAS Grad. Rule K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Minnesota Students Win Lawsuit K-12 Testing
October, 2002 California: Rewards by Chance K-12 Testing
October, 2002 States: Foul Ups and Cut-Backs K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Polls: Public Skeptical of Tests K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Testing Leads to Grade Retention K-12 Testing
October, 2002 The Damage of Texas Testing K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Panel: Florida Test Accommodations Need Major Improvements K-12 Testing
October, 2002 Testing Abuse and Human Rights in Mexico K-12 Testing
June, 2002 Assessment for Learning K-12 Testing
June, 2002 Protestors Denounce California Exam K-12 Testing
June, 2002 Censorship on NY Tests K-12 Testing
June, 2002 NEA Takes on ESEA K-12 Testing
June, 2002 Florida: Politically Referenced Tests? K-12 Testing
June, 2002 California School Boards Call for Study of Alternative Assessments K-12 Testing
June, 2002 ESEA: Ten Percent of U.S. Schools Labeled “Failing” K-12 Testing
June, 2002 Test foul ups K-12 Testing
June, 2002 MSPAP Dropped K-12 Testing
June, 2002 K-12 Testing Expands into College Admissions University Testing
June, 2002 No More “Scarlet Asterisk” University Testing
June, 2002 Questioning the SAT Writing Test K-12 Testing
June, 2002 Texas Report Shows “Test-Optional” Admission Works K-12 Testing