Most countries in central- and northern Europe have followed the Anglo-Saxon tradition with their detailed standards, massive national testing systems, and public distribution of the results.
What does NTS stand for?
NTS stands for National Testing System
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- North Tropical Zone (geographical zone)
- Carl Zeiss Nano Technology Systems
- N-Terminal Subdomain
- Name-Tree Service
- NANA Training Systems (training and consulting organization; Alaska)
- Nash the Slash (musician)
- Nashua Transit System
- Nasotracheal Suctioning
- National Technical Systems
- National Testing Services (Pakistan)
- National Theatre Society (Ireland)
- National Topographic System (Canadian land systems - oil and gas)
- National Topographical System (Canada)
- National Traffic System (amateur radio)
- National Train Show (National Model Railroad Association)
- National Training School
- National Training Services (Northampton, UK)
- National Transmittal System
- National Transport Strategy (various locations)
- National Transportation Statistics (report)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Some might argue that there should be some sort of national testing system to regulate who is allowed into Gymnasium in the first place, or who is granted an academic baccalaureate and, thus, the right to a place at a Swiss university.
If you ask are we abolishing half the national testing system, yes we are doing that," he said.
Setting up higher education as the referee in a great race for America's richest economic rewards was not, to put it mildly, what the founders of the national testing system had in mind.
Improve education through improve academic standards, improved teacher competency, use of a national testing system, and increased parental choice in school selection.
If you ask are we abolishing half the national testing system, yes we are.
Byline: By Tim Ross Teachers called for an overhaul of the national testing system last night as figures showed four in 10 children leave primary school without mastering the "three Rs".
The government justifies the national testing system for 11- and 14-year-olds on the basis that scores help parents to decide on the best school in their area.