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N.Y. principal reflects on opt-out movement

ASCD SmartBrief | May 04, 2015

Some estimates indicate 200,000 students have opted out of state standardized tests in New York this year, New York principal Carol Burris writes in this blog post. Burris -- who has been vocal about her stance against over-testing -- reflects on the opt-out movement and its potential nationwide spread. Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The (05/03)


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