Fewer Standardized Tests for D.C. & Maryland Students

May 21, 2015

Julia Sass Rubin, the mother of a seventh-grader in New Jersey and a founder of Save Our Schools New Jersey, a group that is critical of the test, said the reduced time is a good first step.  But she said cutting the test back to once a year does not address all the lost instructional time and overarching concerns about “narrowing of the curriculum and teaching to the test.”

NBC Washington, May 21

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