Why Dr. King would oppose standardized testing

01/21/2013 | Huffington Post, The

In this blog post, Lisa Guisbond, of FairTest, considers what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would think about standardized testing. She writes that, among other things, King likely would find fault with the focus on high-stakes testing, ushered in by No Child Left Behind, which largely has affected schools in low-income neighborhoods and those that serve minority students.

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