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Testing Resistance & Reform News May 9 - 15, 201

 

Testing Resistance & Reform News: May 2 - 8, 2013

Across the nation, assessment reformers are ringing up victories and changing public opinion by pressuring policymakers, publishing great letters and opinion columns, and exposing test-driven corruption.

Testing Resistance & Reform News: April 24 - May 1, 2013

Wow! It's been another incredible week with a huge number of clips demonstrating the growing strength of the assessment reform movement. You can help Deborah Meier honor Jonathan Kozol and build the national high-stakes testing resistance by making a contribution at:  http://www.fairtest.org/donate
 

Testing Resistance & Reform News: April 18-23, 2013

 

Testing Resistance and Reform News: April 11 - 17, 2013

 

Testing Reform and Resistance News: April 4 -10, 2013

School testing season is underway, with stories covering boycotts, opt-out campaigns, rallies and, unfortunately, scandals in hundreds of media outlets around the nation.

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Lessons from Atlanta Cheating Scandal

Testing Resistance and Reform News March 28 - April 3, 2013

 

Testing Resistance and Reform News: March 21 - 27, 2013

There's significant progress to report this week with legislatures in both Arizona and Texas passing proposals to reign in testing overkill.  At the same time, assessment reform action is escalating in another dozen states.  Keep the pressure on . . . and send us your best clips for circulation to allies around the nation.

Parents Agree: Standardized Tests Should Not Have This Much Power

Testing Resistance and Reform News: March 14 - 20, 2013

In less than a week, there's news of progress in the movement to resist high-stakes testing overkill from Rhode Island, Washington, Colorado, Oregon, Texas, New York, Florida, Minnesota and Oklahoma.  Meanwhile, those who profit from promoting standardized exams -- financially and politically -- stubbornly try to "stay the course" no matter how much damage to education quality and equity their policies produce.

Keep escalating the pressure (and send us clips about your actions for national circulation) !

Testing Resistance & Reform News: March 6 - 13, 2013

At the risk of information overkill, here's a fat package of just one week's clips reporting the rising tide of resistance to high-stakes testing. For more details on the scope and impact of the growing national movement, check out the March issue of FairTest's Examiner newsletter at http://fairtest.org/newsletter/current

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