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by Ron Dietel

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Author:
Ron Dietel
ISBN13:
978-9460914768
ISBN:
9460914764
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Publisher:
Sense Publishers (March 11, 2011)
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Subcategory:
Schools & Teaching
ePub file:
1537 kb
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1703 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
121

The Perfect Test book. Author of In Schools We Trust and Many Children Left Behind"Ron Dietel's The Perfect Test reads like a Stephen King novel.

The Perfect Test book. A perfect blend of mystery, action and constant surprises, nicely intertwined in a future world of national high-stakes tests.

I would like to thank my publisher, Peter de Liefde, who was willing to take a chance on The Perfect Test, my first novel and second book

I would like to thank my publisher, Peter de Liefde, who was willing to take a chance on The Perfect Test, my first novel and second book.

Ron Dietel By: Ron Dietel. Book Cover-The Perfect Test. Taken on March 23, 2011.

At a moment of national testing madness, The Perfect Test story-line was both fun and gripping. Pick up Ronald Dietel’s biting spoof, The Perfect Test

At a moment of national testing madness, The Perfect Test story-line was both fun and gripping. And like all good mystery/science fiction, educational too. I won’t give away the ending. Deborah Meier, New York University: teacher, writer, public activist and author of In Schools We Trust and Many Children Left Behind Ron Dietel’s The Perfect Test reads like a Stephen King novel. Pick up Ronald Dietel’s biting spoof, The Perfect Test. It’s a dystopian vision of a world gone crazy, a science fiction portrait of the future that often comes wickedly close to where we are now. -John Merrow, President, Learning Matters.

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Some ten years from today, American schools have tried every possible education fad. Common national standards, year-round schools, takeover of school boards, and even the super-qualified teacher program have failed to improve low U.S. achievement on international assessments. That all changes when Grant and Jennifer Wilson, both Stanford Ph.D. graduates, create what they believe are the perfect tests. The Venus Assessment System, the first national tests in U.S. history, flip American education on its ear, making U.S. students number one in the world in math and science. But then Jennifer Wilson discovers a secret list of names, students who are exceptions to the high-stakes consequences of the test. So secret that some people are willing to kill for it. With a tremendous blending of suspense tied to realistic future events, The Perfect Test will appeal to readers of all types, from educators and parents to simply anyone who loves a great, page-turner. As writer Paul Baker from the University of Wisconsin says, "Like The Name of the Rose and The Da Vinci Code, this story grabs the reader and won't let go." "At a moment of national testing madness, the [Perfect Test] story-line was both fun and gripping. And like all good mystery/science fiction, educational too. I won't give away the ending." Deborah Meier, New York University: teacher, writer, and public activist. Author of In Schools We Trust and Many Children Left Behind "Ron Dietel's The Perfect Test reads like a Stephen King novel. A perfect blend of mystery, action and constant surprises, nicely intertwined in a future world of national high-stakes tests. You won't be able to stop reading it." Jim Kohlmoos, President, Knowledge Alliance: Research to Action in Education "Ready for a break, for a romp? Pick up Ronald Dietel's biting spoof, The Perfect Test. It's a dystopian vision of a world gone crazy, a science fiction portrait of the future that often comes wickedly close to where we are now. John Merrow, President, Learning Matters
  • I have just finished The Perfect Test, by Ron Dietel.
    It was tough to put down. Each chapter brought more mystery and suspense, never boring. All the characters are believable, and the detailed setting lets you imagine you are right on location. This is a bit futuristic, but realistic. I picked the wrong "bad guy" until the end. The final chapter was a complete surprise. Here's hoping Ron Dietel will write a sequel!

  • We live in a country of extremes. The same week I finished The Perfect Test the headlines in the news trumpeted the extent of systemic problems related to cheating on standardized testing in Atlanta. On the other coast, California passed legislation requiring the teaching of accomplishments of gays and lesbians. Is there is a happy medium? If so, you won't find it in The Perfect Test. A story of testing - taken to it's extreme. It's a thought provoking novel mixed with enough action to both stimulate thought and hold attention. A good (and quick) read for anyone interested in education. It's a good start for the author's first novel. I look forward to another.