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John Thompson: Remove Stakes From Standardized Testing to Strengthen Education

Think of how the divisiveness in education would decrease if we borrowed from the Bill of Rights and adopted a code of ethics declaring, "No stakes shall be attached to standardized tests without the consent of the student or educator."
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