Their argument is a misdirection that constructs a strawman of anti-test positions, conflates decontextualized empirical evidence with policy interventions, and is deafeningly silent on long-standing questions of social, racial, and political aspects of testing that can’t just be ignored.
Slate’s article on standardized testing was all kinds of wrongheaded, here’s why.

a piece on the history of cremation in the united states…

The trivia of db cooper, hedy lamarr, socialist utopias, and the pony express