When the inevitable problems occur with the SBAC and PARCC test administrations this year, the public outcry will be about how the technology infrastructure failed or how the tests were taking too much valuable time away from real instruction. Your critique may point people in a different direction — to look at what was actually being tested and how that was enacted.  If people do that, your document will have done a great service to all.

— Martin Gartzman, Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education (CEMSE)

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