Standardized tests don’t measure up

Standardized testing claims to be able to measure a student’s academic skills and even intelligence… Pretty high claim for a process that’s highly subjective and definitely unscientific.

First, read this (yes I know it’s on HuffPost, but press on, it’s eye opening):

Then, if you haven’t done this for your kids already, OPT OUT of Utah’s state standardized testing NOW

H/T to Utah’s Smoke Signal

 

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