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If They Build It, Will You Come?


Would you come to this museum? What would you contribute to the design? What could we name it?


Disease, Meet Antidote


Over-testing is more than a burden. It’s a disease, and its symptoms have infected the school day itself. Here’s an antidote to one of those symptoms: the fragmentation of content into way too many pieces. Teachers, I’d love to hear your own prescriptions for the testing malady. 


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