By on May 30, 2016 | In school policy
In the first place, the author states that “High stakes testing is seen as the only tool that can ensure schools operate correctly when in reality it is the very thing that blocks true responsibility.”
How the author feels about the school policy in the blog is not uncommon among most of the educators.
I taught at a few universities, and all of them have ridiculous rules and policies, which no one was able to explain the reason why the college has them.
This article is awesome and suggests us right methods to evaluate education and students’ understanding. I also believe that emphasizing only standardized tests is completely incorrect.
In addition to the above, I want to insist that those policy makers and university administrative must be educated first to assess education systems correctly.
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