Controlling Schools Using High-Stakes Tests: Moral Imperatives Inspired by Rachel Carson
by Audrey Amrein-Beardsley - October 13, 2009
This commentary details the remarkable relationship between what Rachel Carson evidenced in her revolutionary book Silent Spring and how public officials in our field continue to use control measures, namely high-stakes tests, to monitor and regulate what is happening in America’s public schools.
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