Publication Date

11-3-2014

Subjects

data analysis, educational objectives, knowledge base for teaching

Comments

Originally published in Teacher.

Abstract

A commonly proposed strategy for raising achievement levels in schools is to specify high expectations or ‘standards’ of student performance and to hold students, teachers and schools accountable for achieving those standards. On the surface, it seems like an eminently sensible strategy. But is it?

Place of Publication

Melbourne, Australia.

Publisher

Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)

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