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SMART TALK

Standardized Testing and Keeping Kids in School

  • Aired: 09/20/2012
  • 56:46:00
  • Rating: NR
Standardized tests. Do they create one dimensional students or are they useful tools to grade our schools and teachers? How much do you know about the state’s new Keystone Exam? Plus, High School Dropout. Not the title you want for your child. Why do kids continue to drop out of school and what can we all do to help students graduate? Join the conversation on Smart Talk.
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Smart Talk examines standardized testing and PA's new Keystone Exam. Plus what can we do
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