“Changes by state expected to hurt overall school grades” read a recent headline in The Post. So what is new?
Ever since No Child Left Behind was passed and the FCAT was created, not much has changed. The politicians continue to try and tweak the evaluation process in order to improve test results. Whenever teachers try to communicate their observations and solutions to our educational issues, they are ignored by the Michelle Rhees and Arne Duncans.
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