TEST SCORES DON’T MEASURE EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Hal Pepinsky, email@example.com, pepinsky.blogspot.com
July 14, 2011
Happy Bastille Day.
Adults have experienced things children have not. Children can spot invincible ignorance and conceit in adults. No adult is entitled to believe that s/he knows more than a child what a child needs to learn her or himself. One great absurdity is to figure that student test scores say diddly about how much our children are learning for coping in their own adulthood. Let’s give up measuring educational attainment by tests rather than by the public nature of student teacher growing together as one generation learns and teaches another. It’s a global issue now, isn’t it? Love and peace--hal