What’s the right amount of assessment? See my letter on the Regents' plan to address appropriate amount of testing http://t.co/izc5dv7fVX
— John King (@JohnKingNYSED) October 25, 2013
For those of you who don't understand reformy geekspeak, King means "tests."
For some reason, the ed deformers decided they can't say "test" anymore, so everything's an "assessment".
Soft language, with the soft "s" sounds, to fool people into thinking "assessments" aren't "tests".
More ed deform b.s. to hide what they're doing.
Take the pledge:
I HEREBY REFUSE TO USE THE ED DEFORM EUPHEMISM "ASSESSMENT" AND WILL CALL "TESTS" WHAT THEY ARE - "TESTS".