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The General Assembly’s passage last week of a bill that would eliminate the CATS test merits further consideration before being signed into law.
In fact this step, and its effects on the well being of our students, deserves, well, more study.
There is little doubt that the CATS test – as with most education achievement tests – is flawed. Parents complain that it puts too much pressure on students to perform on one test. Educators complain that it forces them to teach to a test rather than a base of knowledge.
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