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Are test scores a good indication of a school's competency?

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  • By definition, yes

    If a school is considered good because it has good academics then, by definition, if the school has good test scores than it is more competent. While the quality of students varies greatly between schools, as does the quality of the teachers, year-to-year assessments can give a fairly accurate representation of how a school is performing.

  • Not very effective

    Test scores offer little information about a school

    Test scores are not an effective way to determine a school's competency. It has been proven that some children are simply not good test takers. A child can be extremely knowledgeable, but struggle during tests. This means that a test is not a good indicator of his intelligence.This can be true for many children within a certain school. Given this information, a school should not simply be judged on test scores.

  • Test scores offer little information about a school

    Test scores are not an effective way to determine a school's competency. It has been proven that some children are simply not good test takers. A child can be extremely knowledgeable, but struggle during tests. This means that a test is not a good indicator of his intelligence.This can be true for many children within a certain school. Given this information, a school should not simply be judged on test scores.


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