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How to fight the standardized tests

April 22, 2013
By Robert L. Arnold

It suffices to say, if there were an honest attempt to help children and their teachers by administering standardized tests, wouldn't these tests be used to diagnose each individual's unique learning problems? Wouldn't specific information about these problems be communicated to each teacher so school work could be focused on correcting them? Wouldn't tests honor the realities of individual differences?



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