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Pearson has launched a newly redesigned and enhanced Web site for its National Evaluation Series (NES), which provides all the necessary materials related to teacher/educator certification exams it offers throughout the United States.
NES currently provides comprehensive certification exams aligned to national professional standards as well as the standards of the state issuing the certification. The upgraded site, NEStest.com, will offer teachers and teacher licensure candidates a one-stop access point for the rules and requirements for taking and passing each test, all of the preparatory and registration materials, and the results of practice and actual NES exams.
Pearson said it expects to have the upgraded site completed in late fall 2010. Among the key resources to be offered at the site are:
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