Teachers Look to Computers to Critique Student Writing
By Matt Sedensky
Associated Press Writer
"Lesli Hanson, an assistant superintendent in Watertown, said students enjoy the new testing and teachers are relieved to end an annual ritual in which two dozen people are holed up for three days to score 1,500 tests."
"Maplesoft sells Maple T.A., while numerous other programmers, educators and researchers have created programs used on a smaller scale."
Excerpt from "Teachers Look to Computers to Critique Student Writing ", Associated Press, May 2005. Click here for the full article on CNN.com.