I agree nebo<br>Thats what the test are for a guide line on whats exspected. The educators must first prepare the students for the test that they know is coming - if they do so then the Parents and the students then failed in following it through.<br><br>
Right<br>So why the educators don't educate them to take a standard test?? After all they know what is coming and whats on the test?? Right its year after year.<br><br>I feel and I could be wrong and maybe so.<br><br>Educators have gotting into more "theory" then fact - school administration has lost all respect and controll over students - parents just don't give a hoot and espect shools to do all the teaching.<br><br>In general - not all schools or districts apply<br><br>
How about one finger for standardized testing. In NYC, the kids have to take them in 4th grade. English & Language Arts in Feb, then Math & Science in May. I told my daughter to just do her best and not stress over it. We never had this kind of crap in Boston when we lived there. <br><br>Then again, the NYC school system is a contact sport all by itself. You have to start tracking your kids from pre-school to make sure they can get into the best high-schools. People actually break laws, cheat, and throw hissey fits to get their kids into certain nursery schools here. <br><br>
The system is broken its no doubt about that. The standard test shows that.<br><br>Can they read, write, add/subtract by a certain age?? The whole point of the test.<br><br>To throw away the test and run helter skelter - how can you then measure a scholastic achievement - It would then become at any schools best guess. One school saying they are better pitted agains't another schools claimes compared to the Nation and the world with no standards??? which shool would have the bragging rights? how are students best served in that system??<br><br>
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