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High-stakes testing certainly does produce results.  Not always, and not consistently.  There is evidence on both sides of the debate.  But our subtle point based on the research in Mexico is that low-stakes tests can help when they shed light on the problem and empower decision-makers within the school to take action.  Thus, information without consequences can help improve learning outcomes for the poorest students.  Thank you.
 
Harry