A few thoughts if you’re scheduled to take tomorrow’s SAT.
To minimize your stress tomorrow morning, it’s a great idea to get organized ahead of time. 160 more words
The New York State grades 3 -8 testing in math and English Language Arts will begin on April 1st. In response to parent concerns regarding this series of standardized testing, the Oneonta Area for Public Education will co-host a film viewing of “Standardized” on March 15 on the SUNY Oneonta campus in the Hunt Union in the Red Dragon Theatre starting at 2:30. 146 more words
Earlier today, College Board announced significant changes to the SAT which will go into effect in 2016. In announcing the changes, David Coleman, President of College Board, said that the SAT should offer “worthy challenges, not artificial obstacles.” The changes to the SAT are intended to make it more directly related to what students are studying in high school and the skills they are expected to need in college and the work place. 163 more words
OpenEJB ApplicationComposer is an old but very efficient way to test EE code. The idea is almost the same as with ShrinkWrap and Arquillian but with a big difference: it is performance oriented and embedded only. 239 more words