Just read this article wherein is quoted Massachusetts Education Commissioner Mitchell D. Chester: "Our system isn't ready to deliver a college-ready education to all our students off the bat," he said. "I don't want to get there by having students punished by not meeting that bar."
Chester was speaking about cut scores for the Common Core Assessments to be set by PARCC and SBAC.... Chester said it doesn't make sense to expect teenagers to suddenly meet a college-ready bar in order to graduate, when four in 10 students who pass the MCAS have to take at least one remedial class in state colleges or universities.
I appreciate that he isn't putting the blame on just kids or just parents or just teachers: he is speaking about "the sytem." Yes, getting kids college ready takes a team--a system. No one person can do it alone.
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