Testing five year olds is undoubtedly insane, but what appears to hide behind it is even worse.
The Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, which oversees the international tests called PISA, plans to start testing five-year-olds.
Early childhood education experts at DEY (Defending the Early Years) Are appalled. They have heard that several states have volunteered to participate in pilot testing, but secrecy is so tight that they don’t know which states they are. If you work in a state education department, please let us know if your state is one of them.
Reader Laura Chapman decided to research how this monstrous idea got off the ground. Here is her Research:
“The new International Early Learning and Child Well-being study (IELS)- dubbed “Baby PISA” will focus on testing 5 year-olds on narrow academic skills achievement. But…
If you go to the links beyond this headline, you will see a more complete description of the tests and surveys that are part of the package. This is not to…
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