Tuesday, November 1, 2011

2011 National Math, Reading Test Scores Show Sluggish Growth, Sustained Achievement Gaps

So despite MILLIONS spent on programs and those ridiculous guessing "standardi­zed" tests where you come in with a 25% chance of a right answer, scores are still terrible. Could it be we have stopped teaching and simply switched to assessing in reverse? Could it be we stopped inspiring students and instead required this flat pancake like uniformity­, again gauged by the faulty assessing programs. Could it be publishers of textbooks, government bureaucrat­s and other profit mongers have raped the American student?
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost