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K-12 News Network 10h
So maybe you can't standardized test your way to greatness after all. Let's quit having the testing tail wag the curricular dog.
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More Than A Score Sep 18
The government is spending £10 million to trial testing of four-year-olds, despite expert opinion which says these tests can't be reliable and won’t produce any useful information. Help us halt the roll-out of testing in reception classes
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Cap Sep 18
What kind of backdoor deals are you making behind closed doors Senator? How much of a kickback are you getting to the detriment of this generation of students?
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Cap Sep 18
What was YOUR high school graduation testing requirement? I can guarantee the depth and breadth of your assessment does not even come close to that of our current high school students.
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K-12 News Network Sep 19
Rising test scores could rise for reasons unrelated to students actually increasing the breadth or depth of their learning. Sound counter-intuitive? Teaching to the test is one way to juke the stats. Read on.
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Vicki King Sep 17
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Cap Sep 17
Implementing Commissioner Repollet's recommendations ARE backed by data. You can’t dismiss it just because you don't like it and your big money backers don't like it
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Hiroshi Eto 10h
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Joe Waddle 14h
And students here are given less choice than ever. You numpties.
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SEALiverpool 17h
This looks like a really interesting event over in Manchester - hopefully some of our member will be able to attend
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Citizens for Public Schools Sep 19
"Life under MCAS" features a retired MA teacher who believes test scores would be moot if we really invested in what students and teachers need to succeed.
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Citizens for Public Schools Sep 19
We support 's focus on prioritizing teachers, including the many teachers who support a and treating students as ! New Mass. Education Commissioner Promises To Make Teachers A Priority via
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HNix Hanceville Middle Library Sep 19
The HMS Yearbook Staff got talking, moving, and collaborating... and they BROKE OUT! In this "Yearbook Style" breakout session, these students had the opportunity to review what they have learned so far about creating a yearbook!
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#hmsbulldogs Sep 18
Check out the 8th grade physical science students using VR Goggles to take a virtual field trip through the periodic table! They also heated chemicals in chemistry labs this week! 🔬⚗️📓✏️
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More Than A Score Sep 18
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More Than A Score Sep 18
Our four-year-olds shouldn’t be treated as data points in a system in thrall to league tables. They are worth so much more than that. Let’s halt the roll-out of testing in reception classes. Our children are
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SB4thgrade Sep 16
This should be our game plan - teach past the test. Ignore “but the test..” and focus on student learning by having them use their creativity, curiosity, and thinking skills every day. Teaching and learning does not have to be standardized even if the tests are.
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#hmsbulldogs Sep 14
Mrs. Kanaday's 7th grade students getting their independent reading in during skills class this week! 📚
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Michael J. Hynes Sep 14
As we begin to change and revolutionize our educational system at Pat-Med, NY and beyond...it’s a slow process but we are doing it one day at a time... 🔴⚫️
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Accountabaloney Sep 13
Listen to this Duval student testify to the importance of art, music and PE. Great Job Micah!
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