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180 Days Well Spent: a short video, created by parents and teachers

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Published on Dec 3, 2012

Produced by the Center for Inquiry and Center for Immigrant Families/Parent Leadership Project. Featuring the Ella Baker School and Bloomingdale Family HeadStart Program. Directed by Ann Cook, Pam Cushing, Donna Nevel, Perla Placencia.

"180 Days Well Spent" began with a group of low-income mothers of NYC public school students who got together to discuss the impact of high-stakes tests on their children. Together, they began to envision what a good classroom and school would look like without high-stakes tests. They teamed up with an amazing group of educators and explored some questions: What is it that we want for our children and for our schools and communities? What makes a good school? What do our children need and deserve to ensure their right to a high-quality education? If we know high stakes tests don't measure our children's learning, what does? What is it that we WANT for our children and for our schools and communities? What makes a good school? What do our children need and deserve to ensure their right to a high-quality education? If we know high stakes tests don't measure our children's learning, what does?

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  • Artist

    • Dogg Master
  • Album

    • Cocktails, Vol. 2
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    • TuneCore (on behalf of Dogg Master); TuneCore Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies

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