HCS has paid $244,773.59 since July for something (STAR Testing) the state would have given us for free. Why?
That testing that's supposed to just take, according to Dr. McNeal, "two and a half hours" actually took six.
No one has the right to force your child to do anything that you do not wish for your child to do. You may opt out.
By switching to the 1:1 digital initiative we've lost student concentration, money and time. What exactly have we gained?
There is no educational benefit to your child to spend up to a day a week, every week preparing to take the STAR test. Opt-out.
I wonder how many other nations in the world are envious of testing twelfth graders to see if they can read?