Marla Kilfoyle is a teacher in Long Island and executive director of the BATS. She has endless energy in the struggle to improve our schools for all children. She created […]
On Friday, February 26th, CPS central office shared documents with principals and assessment coordinators that outlined that they will continue a policy of attempting to suppress parental and student rights of opting out of PARCC.
What’s new this spring with PARCC, opt out and ESSA? And what can parents, teachers and students do to advocate for education that’s not distorted by high-stakes standardized testing? Community conversations on testing start next week around the city and suburbs.