John Seel provides a basic roadmap for using standardized tests in the classical school.
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Tammy Peters and Betsy Howard explain how assessment helps grammar-school teachers prepare their students for the upper grade.
Christopher R. Rush shows how some assessment tools are rooted firmly in classical education.
Robert Littlejohn describes how data can inform professional improvement.
Terrence O. Moore concludes his explanation of how to teach writing.
Timothy P. Wiens encourages schools to embrace outside accountability through accreditation.
Susan Dougherty highlights some value in AP courses and tests.
Gail Mitchell reveals why her classically educated students perform well on the PSAT.