A blogger named Ariel Sacks begs to differ with that "neutral" tag:
It is not neutral to give an outside for-profit company sole control over the assessment of our children's learning, hold that up as evidence of our teaching quality, and then require teachers to keep silent about the particulars of these measures. This feels like an instrument of control out of a very different era than the one in which I thought I lived.
Read the complete article at teacherleaders.typepad.com.
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