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Published on May 15, 2012
The Obama administration is now tying states' access to federal education funds to the ways they hold teachers accountable for students' success. That all sounds good in theory, but The Nation's Dana Goldstein explains how this is causing most states to push test-heavy approaches to evaluating student achievement, and how such models can hurt student's engagement more than they can help.