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standardized

(stan′dărd-īzd″)
1. Brought into conformity with an approved guideline, practice, or unit of measure.
2. Of an instrument, having its accuracy determined by measuring against a similar device known to be accurate; calibrated.
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Black Speak acts purposefully recall cultural experiences that deprived Blacks of a voice and access to education in standardized communication.
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More Than a Score is enriched by contributions from a broad spectrum of audiences, yet every contributor is in common agreement that the quality of education should not be compromised by teaching to generic standards or standardized tests.
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Our study found no significant differences-in either college GPA or graduation rates-between students who submitted standardized test scores and those who did not.
BARRE -- The Quabbin Regional School District superintendent's decision last month to temporarily suspend in-school music lessons -- to allow all students more class time to prepare for the pilot testing of a new standardized test -- brought more than 30 objecting parents to a school committee meeting Wednesday.
Key to that law has been the requirement of measuring achievement through the administration of standardized tests to determine the extent to which schools are making "adequate yearly progress" (AYP) toward that goal.

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