Standardized testing and its negative effects Rachel Kapanzhi

The red markings on Standardized tests indicate the questions that students got wrong. However, these tests do not always accurately measure a students true academic ability.
Students may find it very difficult to concentrate on a test for long periods of time.
Students have enough school work to begin with, all standardized tests do is add more unwanted stress on the child when, as students, they should be enjoying school work and learning.
schools teach to the test, where students learn material soley for the exam. This METHOD of teaching leads students to not enjoy school which means they will not necessarily enjoy learning.

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