N.J. education officials look to cut back on high school standardized tests
There are 1 comment on the The Newark Star-Ledger story from Sep 13, 2011, titled N.J. education officials look to cut back on high school standardized tests. In it, The Newark Star-Ledger reports that:
Gov. Chris Christie and Acting Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf, shown in a March file photo, announced possible changes to the state's high school standardized testing Monday.
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#1 Sep 13, 2011
It's about time. Nothing against them, but they give teachers false incentives. It was getting like ancient imperial China, one exam after another.
Btw, there is nothing better for health and longevity than education. I was surprised to read it. If you're interested in how this happens, check out this article. http://www.antiagingjournal.org/lifelong-educ...
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