Individualized instruction has allowed my son to take his first steps toward a independent, productive, and happy life. That's the purpose of education.
I object to my children being used as tools of assessment.
Nothing Wardynski has done has been thought through. What's best for Pearson is all that matters.
High-Stakes Standardized Testing doesn't inspire students to create, to think in a new way, or to make the world a better place, but parents have a voice.
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.
Wardynski: "These assessments here are entirely part of that common core debate."
I wonder how many other nations in the world are envious of testing twelfth graders to see if they can read?
Just because one event came after another event does not mean that the first event caused the second. This is a logical fallacy.