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Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."
Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

LINK:  Racing to the Top: Who’s Accounting for the Children?

Published Thursday, Mar. 15, 2012

Professor Genishi Asks: In Race to the Top, Who's Accounting for the Children?

Celia Genishi and co-author Anne Haas Dyson write that the federal funding Race "defines accountability as meeting the reductionist benchmarks of standardized tests."

LINK:  Racing to the Top: Who’s Accounting for the Children?
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