The College Board plans to score a student's adversity from one to 100.
When we prioritize speed on the SAT, we discriminate against poor or disabled students—while we discount the importance of slower, deeper thinking.
Candidates cheer for themselves before sitting the National College Entrance Examination (a.k.a. Gaokao) outside an exam site on June 7th, 2018.
New research is working toward creating simple physical tests that could shed light on diseases like anxiety and depression.
In 2014, the GED Testing Service rolled out a new assessment meant to measure not just high school equivalency but also career- and college-readiness skills. The questions below are designed to be very similar to those you might find on a GED exam today.
Genetic tests are becoming increasingly common, but a major medical organization argues that we should be cautious about testing children.
It's sort of like summer camp—just for highly educated adults.
The short answer is, pretty well. But that’s not really the point.
Research from Canada finds high-performing students do even better if they are enrolled in ongoing music classes.
How the education reform agenda takes its cues from bad management philosophy—and ignores what actually works in business
Opinion: Standardized, high-stakes testing isn't a panacea for all that ails schools, but it is a good start for finding a cure.
Suggestions that the Internet is making mankind dumb (or smarter) founder on logical pitfalls and historical predecessors.