Tests are supposed to be about assessing knowledge and evaluating learning, but Roy Cordato discusses in his newsletter today how North Carolina’s End of Course tests, and the science courses behind them, are too often becoming instruments of propaganda instead. This “education” is a disservice to children in public schools, and we should demand better.
End of Course Test Propaganda
January 23, 2013 at 4:12 pm
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Julie Tisdale is City and County Policy Analyst at the John Locke Foundation. Before coming to the Locke Foundation as the research publications coordinator, she worked at the...
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