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  • Jackson County Board of Education members on Monday voted unanimously to fire a teacher who refused to administer state end-of-grade tests to his students with severe disabilities.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • When your kid "meets the standard" in October, does that mean she has met the end-of-grade standard?

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • When your kid "meets the standard" in October, does that mean she has met the end-of-grade standard?

    Holidays and Conferences

  • Jackson County Board of Education members on Monday voted unanimously to fire a teacher who refused to administer state end-of-grade tests to his students with severe disabilities.

    Inhumane Testing 5, Doug Ward 0

  • Teaching today primarily focuses on end-of-grade tests.

    Outsourcing teachers

  • Problem solving is not an ability you can measure with confidence on an IQ or end-of-grade achievement test, yet it may be so much more relevant in life than a standardized score in spelling accuracy or an intelligence test component that requires a child to repeat numbers in the correct order.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Parent groups have rallied and lobbied for special education funding, for safeguards on end-of-grade testing, for the use of accommodation strategies, and for summer school programs.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Parents and educators should band together to combat all the school routines, inflexible requirements, excessive stress on end-of-grade high-stakes tests, and other educational policies that discourage, dampen, or leave little or no time for the cultivation of creativity and brainstorming.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Parent groups have rallied and lobbied for special education funding, for safeguards on end-of-grade testing, for the use of accommodation strategies, and for summer school programs.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Parents and educators should band together to combat all the school routines, inflexible requirements, excessive stress on end-of-grade high-stakes tests, and other educational policies that discourage, dampen, or leave little or no time for the cultivation of creativity and brainstorming.

    A Mind at a Time

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