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The Pandemic And Federal Education Policy: From The Race To The Top To The Plunge To The Bottom

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As you stated, "The educational irrelevance of these tests and their existence as an obstacle to serving the real needs of students was one of the first lessons of the pandemic." It is interesting how quickly they were able to do away with the testing. Thanks for sharing.

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