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'Forcing phonics-based reading on kindergartners as a standard they must all meet to be on the path toward college and career readiness is counterproductive because it’s developmentally inappropriate for many 5-year-olds. '

Maryland kindergarten teachers are pushing back on giving a new readiness test to kids.

Testing of kindergarteners is imbued with all kinds of problems.

She is in her 35th year of teaching and is highly concerned about over-testing.

State education commissioner agrees to suspend FAIR testing for K-2 students.

A teacher is refusing to give her students a standardized test. Here's why -- and what her superintendent thinks.

Read what's going on in Florida.

How to stop making kindergarten an academic sweat shop and give it back to the kids.

Really. In Detroit.

It's about kindergartners and screen time.

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