High-stakes testing

Carelessly graded exams are worthless, and only serve to punish children, teachers, and schools. So who grades the tests?
We have been stuck on the bandwagon of only "objective" measures, which has kept us focused on Knowledge. It is time to accept
In years to come, when historians look back on the early twenty-first century, they are likely to refer to the "Bush-Obama
The answer, of course, is simple. They are not truly interested in addressing structural inequalities on any other terms except those that align with their own interests-- interests out of line with the history and language they appropriate and the people for whom they claim to speak and want to assist.
(All Photos are courtesy of CMRubinWorld) Finally, we know the key to helping more students to achieve at higher levels - building
Charging that Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State legislature in "Albany failed to act in the best interest of the
Rocketship charter schools get high test scores. By Rocketship’s corporate reform standards, those high test scores are what
c. 5/12/16 Dear Professor Oyler: I am writing to respectfully request that you remove all of the material reproduced from
Though Williams does open with Morial, the piece includes solid arguments for opting out of standardized testing -- and acknowledgment
My blog on edTPA also drew an email response from Dr. Andrea Whittaker, director of Teacher Performance Assessment at SCALE