How do teachers resist the culture of high stakes testing and the continued participation in a system that is clearly not pedagogically sound and is purposively destructive to children, teachers, schools and communities?
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The "test data" used to evaluate student progress acts as if children's learning could be measured the same way that sales of auto parts or purchases of cappuccino at Starbucks are calibrated.
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