NEW YORK — The Department of Education has released a list of students who will get tougher tests in the coming years.
The test-prep industry says it wants students to take the test as soon as possible, while some teachers say the longer students are put on the test, the more they are vulnerable to being judged on the results.
But some students are worried about the impact of tests and how the tests will be used.CBS News has learned that students are not necessarily the ones who will benefit from tests.
In a statement, the Department of Labor said it will be introducing an exam for teachers in 2020 that will test their level of proficiency in a subject such as math or science.
But it also said that many students will not be required to take those exams because they are learning on their own and are not expected to have the same level of test preparation.
It said teachers are already learning from experience, and that the tests can be used as a resource for teachers to provide feedback and guidance to students who may not be able to take them.
A number of states have already introduced tests for teachers.
California has started to use them, and New York has said it would use them by 2019.
The department also plans to offer a test for principals and other school officials in 2020.
The Education Department said that by 2025, the tests would be mandatory for all students who were not in high school by then.
The tests would also have to be administered by accredited testing companies.
It’s unclear how many teachers would be required by 2025.
It’s possible the test would be voluntary for teachers who take part in an online test, but that could create problems with schools.
Many of the states that have tested already require tests for students.
It seems likely that the test-makers will be the only ones who would have to take it.