Parent: Massachusetts officials are ‘recklessly pushing’ the state into the PARCC test

Oct 4, 2015 by

Rebecca Steinitz is a parent, writer, editor and literacy consultant in Massachusetts urban high schools. She was previously an English professor and director of the freshman writing program at Ohio Wesleyan University, and director of the high school teacher education program at Lesley University’s School of Education.  She has been concerned for some time about the Common Core tests being given to children in her state and has written an open letter to Gov. Charlie Baker to discuss what she calls “the shenanigans” behind what will be a decision in November about which Common Core test the state should use in the future.

Last year on this blog, Steinitz wrote a post, titled “Parent to Obama: Let me tell you about the Common Core test Malia and Sasha don’t have to take but Eva does.

 

 

 

Source: Parent: Massachusetts officials are ‘recklessly pushing’ the state into the PARCC test – The Washington Post

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