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Here is the third post in a debate about the relative importance of international test scores as measures of the quality of U.S. public education.
The era of coloring in ovals with a No. 2 pencil may soon be over. More and more tests — such as the military aptitude test and the LSAT law school exam — are going online.
You are sitting in a classroom, listening to a lecture. The subject may be something that you find genuinely interesting. But at a certain point, attention erodes. The information begins to wash over you.