Limiting Standardized Testing In Schools

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It is a known fact that standardized tests are needed. Even with their flaws, they provide a baseline for counties, states and the country as a whole to compare students and they are a crucial part of college admissions. They cannot be taken away. But the extent of their influence in a student’s education should be limited. Limiting the amount of tests given or creating a system in which the tests are not the main component that shows the level of a student’s intelligence can result in a better school experience for students, teachers and parents. Teachers would be able to teach more lessons (along with using different teaching methods), the stress level of students would go down and students could finish school being more prepared for the

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