The collateral damage of testing pressure
from The Atlantic
Kindergarten, first grade and second grade are often free of the high-stakes testing common in later grades — but those years are still high-stakes for students' learning and development. That means it's a big problem when schools encourage their least effective teachers to work with their youngest students. And a new study says that the pressure of school accountability systems may be encouraging exactly that.
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