National Tests: What Other Countries Expect Their Students to Know
National Endowment for the Humanities, 1991 - Education - 116 pages
Provides examples of questions in the humanities that are used in national tests in France, Germany, England and Wales, Japan, and the European Community, in order to help U.S. education leaders decide whether the country should have some form of national achievement testing. Drawings.
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