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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Should the use of high-stakes testing (MCAS or PARCC) as a requirement for high school graduation in Massachusetts be stopped?

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Nope - keep testing.

Way to load the question, though: "high stakes!" You know who else liked the MCAS? Hitler!

Posted by Diploma mill on 9.25.13 at 9:41

Pass=graduate, don't pass=don't graduate. Definitely not high stakes.

Posted by SDudgens on 9.25.13 at 12:05
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