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Testing, Testing: Does Assessment Make Better Students? 

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"Testing in itself is not necessarily traumatic. We just don't need those. I think our alumni worldwide prove that children thrive on expectation, not pressure, and being surrounded by people who are completely dedicated to them doing the best they possibly can. I think that's what public school teachers want to do, too—all this testing is just a fingernail clipping of a larger social issue."

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