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Response to Parcc

In American Lit class a few months ago we read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, one of the great American Novels and staples of literary success. Mark Twain the author of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer once said “Don’t let schooling interfere with your education”. Not that school does entirely interfere, it gives you an in depth course into being social, a rounded education that serves as a platform for higher education if you aren’t decided or determined yet on your dream career, and serves as the “glory years” for countless amounts of jocks. Not that I haven't said this before but I absolutely hate, arbor, scorn, loathe tests these days, because even if these tests are labeled as “standardized” they are (seen in Parcc testing) randomized by a shuffle algorithm that mimics the fisher-Yates randomized, but not too random solution which just leads to convoluted data that can’t be compared to the gross yield- to the point where the average teacher can’t even benefit directly from …

Just bought a greenlight license, here I come.

Awkward Dimensions Redux is now in the works