Principal Protests Quality of State Tests

Elizabeth Phillips, principal of P.S. 321 in New York, wrote a letter to John B. King Jr., the New York State education commissioner, complaining about the quality of this year’s standardized test questions. Phillips called some of the questions “nothing short of ridiculous,” saying that they were “ambiguous” and a poor measure of students’ reading comprehension skills.

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