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What Should Be Done?

What Should Be Done?

(p.431) 10 What Should Be Done?
The Myth of Achievement Tests
James J. HeckmanJohn Eric HumphriesTim Kautz
University of Chicago Press

This chapter briefly reviews the two lessons from this book. For most, GED certification provides little or no economic benefit. Achievement tests do not measure character skills, which are crucial for a successful life. The chapter concludes with policy recommendations for the GED Testing Program and on fostering character in education.

Keywords:   GED, Character, cognitive ability, achievement tests, policy recommendations

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