"Chris," he said, "We have to teach the kids to take tests... the SATs, the LSATs, the MCATs, these are serious tests and serious days that can forever alter the path of a person's life.'
It's a good point, and certainly, it can be the tip of the sword in the argument for schools like SLA. But something popped into my head...
"Yes, they are, and we cannot ignore those tests, and we should prepare kids for them but those are three days in a person's life. What are we doing in our schools to prepare kids for the other 20,000 days of their lives?"And I realized that's the question we should really be asking. That's the answer to all those who say the tests are paramount.
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