Arthur Costa: the value of high stakes testing?

“What was educationally significant and hard to measure has been replaced by what is educationally insignificant and easy to measure.
So now we measure how well we taught what isn’t worth learning.”

– Arthur Costa, Emeritus Professor at California State University

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One Response to Arthur Costa: the value of high stakes testing?

  1. retiredbutmissthekids says:

    Couldn’t have said it any better. Absolutely NO value…but LOTS of co$t–hurting children, raiding the education coffers, bleeding the schools dry.

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