. . . and one test to rule them all . . .


The fundamental problem with standardized testing is that kids don’t come “standard.”  A teacher friend sent me this cartoon, summarizing the problem nicely:

One test fits all cartoon

If we use tests to cheat teachers out of a job, and to cheat students out of their futures, should we be surprised when students and teachers cheat on the tests?  Is that a mark of their innate sanity, if they do?

I wonder who the cartoonist was, and what other gems may be lurking out there by the same person?

Tip of the old scrub brush to Daniel Rhee.

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3 Responses to . . . and one test to rule them all . . .

  1. John Young says:

    Reblogged this on Transparent Christina.

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  2. Ed Darrell says:

    No — that’s the source, really. Scroll down to the bottom of that file. You may want to use Google Translator to get from the German.

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  3. William Roberts says:

    Bad link?

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