Any use would be fair use at the end of the testing period.
I think the students in our leadership and education policy classes at California State University Sacramento (scholarly and academic purposes) and the readers of Cloaking Inequity (news reporting) will be very interested in this new, ongoing case study where a PARCC, a testing company, is trying to limit the fair use of copyrighted material. Here is a case study that was contributed to by several anonymous and on-the-record authors that I believe is fair use for research, scholarship and news reporting:
Celia Oyler, professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, posted a biting commentary by an anonymous teacher about the flaws of PARCC. She received a letter from PARCC threatening legal action unless she removed the post because it contained copyrighted material —and divulged the name of the author. Oyler left the post on her blog but removed anything that might be copyrighted. She has not given up the name of the author. Many…
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