For several months, I have been blogging like a madman about my suspicions that we are being ushered into a new era of embedded, competency-based assessment that has been planned behind the scenes for years by the testing, ed-tech, and student loan industries.
And now here we are. The final bicameral version of the ESEA rewrite has been released for us to view, two days before the House intends to vote on it.
I wonder – are our Congressmen busy doing what many of us are tonight? Searching this document madly to see what’s in it? Trying to make sense of which clauses go with what, and what all the double-speak actually means?
What will your representative think when (if?) he or…
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