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Fairtest: The Anti-Testing Movement is Growing

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This is the last report of the year from Fairtest:

FairTest doesn’t just report the assessment reform news — we often help make it to support the movement. Check out this week’s stories.

Please support an expansion of our crucial public education campaigns in 2015, FairTest’s 30th Anniversary Year, with a contribution at or by mailing a check to P.O. Box 300204, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

With best wishes for a Happy New Year filled with testing resistance victories!

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Rage Against The Common Core and Its New Tests

Standardized Testing Resistance Expected to Grow in 2015

Colorado Districts Debate Move to Online Exams

Connecticut Test-Scoring Guarantees “Failure”

Hazards of Florida’s Testing Rush

New State Committee Will Tackle Florida Testing Controversies

Re-Evaluating Illinois’ Assessment System: Who Are Out Masters?”;

Massachusetts Superintendents Say, “Too Much Testing

Minnesota Schools Hit Glitches With Online Testing

Nevada Will End Up on Short End of Common Core Testing

New York Governor Vetoes His Own Bill to Protect Teachers From Flawed Test-Score Ratings

New York Testing Protest Song

County School Leaders Want North Carolina to Abolish School Grading System

Pennsylvania Student Condemns Test-Driven Education

Virginia Ed. Secretary Supports Assessment Reform

Testing Under Fire on Capitol Hill . . . And in the States

Arne Duncan’s False Assumption About Standardized Testing

U.S. Approach to Closing “Achievement Gap” Is All Wrong

Standardized Testing Resistance Expected to Grow in 2015

Bob Schaeffer, Public Education Director
FairTest: National Center for Fair & Open Testing
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