Commentary: A principal argues for testing reform

High-stakes standardized tests are creating a "culture of failure" through their one-size-fits-all approach, argues Rochester principal Dan Drmacich. He urges state and federal governments to commit to testing as a means to help students improve academically, by keeping their scores private and by adopting models that stress individual student growth.

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