Sunday, August 18, 2013

8-18-13 Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics

Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics:



Achieve Hartford, the corporate funded education reform group blames extraneous factors
The Hartford Courant article is entitled “Achieve Hartford:  A Rough Year For CMT scores.”  It reports that Achieve Hartford has released their assessment of this year’s Connecticut Mastery Test results. Their observation is so absurd that we can virtually forego any introduction, conclusion or commentary. Achieve Hartford writes, “One look at the summary data tells […]The post Achieve Hartford, t

Promoting good test taking? No I call it child abuse!
Categories: Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) Education Reform Malloy Standardized Testing Stefan PryorTags: CMTEducation ReformMalloyStandardized TestingStefan PryorConnecticut Governor Malloy and his Commissioner of Education, Stefan Pryor, have become the poster boys for the education reform industry’s obsession with the overuse of “high-stakes” Standardized Testing. Now more and more Connecticut
Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics
Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics: Education Commissioner Pryor: Test scores dropped because we were teaching to the wrong test…Categories: Common Core Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) Education Reform Malloy Standardized Testing Stefan PryorTags: CMTCommon CoreEducation ReformMalloyStandard

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