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Turning Up The Heat On "Multiple Measures"

Here's a feisty op ed in the SF Chronicle about efforts to soften (improve?) NCLB via multiple measures:

"Expect Democrats to try to squeeze as much money as possible from federal taxpayers, while watering down accountability requirements so that schools won't have to do a better job of teaching," says the piece (Rx for failure). "And they'll do it by undermining the testing system so that illiterate students can be labeled as success stories."

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