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Sabrina Joy Stevens
I can understand believing that standardized tests might show something important about academic performance. Don't agree, but I understand.
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @realsabijoy
What I can't understand or agree with, is why anyone claims to need that info to remedy clear disparities in teaching & learning conditions.
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @realsabijoy
Say students in poverty/SOC scored identically to rich/White kids despite crumbling schools, subpar resources, limited curricular offerings.
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @akilbello
This foolishment tho. They're really out here saying this, and not for jokes. I'm like...
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @akilbello
Yup. Some folks really working overtime to not get it, until everything devolves into torches & pitchforks.
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @akilbello
He's arguing with me that dogs are cats. We're about to go for a walk.
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @akilbello
He's well. Had a nice long nap & a late lunch.
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Sabrina Joy Stevens 6 Apr 16
Replying to @akilbello
Thanks!
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cminmd 6 Apr 16
Replying to @TeacherSabrina
as a military mom I like the thought of a national test keeping some of the crazier and lower standards out of local schools
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cminmd 6 Apr 16
Replying to @TeacherSabrina
property taxes funding schools is best way to ensure rich stay rich and poor stay poor.
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Gary Stager - New Invent To Learn Book! 6 Apr 16
Common sense?
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