November 3, 2015 — Richard Freeland, former state commissioner of higher education from 2008 to 2015 and president of Northeastern University 1996-2006, and John Davis, chairman and CEO of the American Saw and Manufacturing Company, cite high remediation rates, and an increasingly globalized business environment in support of assessments aligned to higher standards, rather than a measurement system designed nearly 20 years ago. Read the full op-ed in the Boston Globe.

An editorial in the Boston Business Journal also cited remediation rates and argued that business should ‘face the future’ and support assessments aligned to more rigorous standards.


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