Kindergartners sacrifice naps for test prep

Gadsden, Ala., schools have eliminated naps after the first six weeks of the school year to allow kindergartners more time to prepare for the state's early literacy assessment exam. Wynell Williams, the school system's elementary education director, said children will be allowed to lay their heads down on desks if they are tired.

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