Howard Beal,Test scores are not highly accurate with measuring
learning. Test difficulty, and scoring, varies to reach a desired result.
Results to justify legislative decisions. Politics is often crooked, and
The article said that Kansas was making progress with student achievement until
the recent cutbacks. Perhaps money might make a difference in education and it
seems like the Republicans want to starve education and then slam it when test
scores go down.
Good! Quality education can exist without the high costs. We've been
brainwashed into thinking money is a cure for everything.No
it's not. Excessive, and careless spending has caused much of our