Testing Resistance & Reform News: June 6 - 12, 2013

Many major stories about assessment reform progress this week -- Texas significantly reduces standardized exam mandates; a rally in Albany opposes testing overkill, and major national groups call for a moratorium on Common Core tests

Texas Governor Signs Bill Eliminating Two-Thirds of Required High-Stakes Exams

Testing Resistance & Reform News: May 30 - June 5, 2013

There's been significant progress this week with more major groups and leaders speaking out against high-stakes testing, intensified grassroots organizing, and an ever-increasing volume of incisive commentaries. But much more pressure is needed to sway politicians still operating in insulated test-and-punish "bubbles"

National Council of English Teachers Calls for Moratorium on High-Stakes Testing

Testing Resistance & Reform News: May 23 - 29, 2013

The pushback against high-stakes testing continues to score significant victories across the nation.  More and more state legislatures, school boards, parents, teachers, administrators and students now agree, "Enough is Enough!" 

Testing Resistance & Reform News: May 16-22, 2013


Testing Resistance & Reform News May 9 - 15, 201


Testing Resistance & Reform News: May 2 - 8, 2013

Across the nation, assessment reformers are ringing up victories and changing public opinion by pressuring policymakers, publishing great letters and opinion columns, and exposing test-driven corruption.

Testing Resistance & Reform News: April 24 - May 1, 2013

Wow! It's been another incredible week with a huge number of clips demonstrating the growing strength of the assessment reform movement. You can help Deborah Meier honor Jonathan Kozol and build the national high-stakes testing resistance by making a contribution at:  http://www.fairtest.org/donate

Testing Resistance & Reform News: April 18-23, 2013


Testing Resistance and Reform News: April 11 - 17, 2013


Testing Reform and Resistance News: April 4 -10, 2013

School testing season is underway, with stories covering boycotts, opt-out campaigns, rallies and, unfortunately, scandals in hundreds of media outlets around the nation.

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Lessons from Atlanta Cheating Scandal

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