To be fair, both the creators of the Common Core and MetaMetrix admit these standards can’t stand as the final measure of complexity.
As the Common Core Standards Initiative officially puts it, “until widely available quantitative tools can better account for factors recognized as making such texts challenging, including multiple levels of meaning and mature themes, preference should likely be given to qualitative measures of text complexity when evaluating narrative fiction intended for students in grade 6 and above.” But even here, the final goal is a more complex algorithm; qualitative measurement fills in as a flawed stopgap.
English Literature students in lurch Deccan Chronicle The undergraduate students claimed that their applications to take part in the B.Ed courses counselling in the Tamil Nadu Teachers University had been rejected as their course certification read...
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