Keep telling your students “you are more than a score.”

Standardized test scores do not define students. Each child has unique identity, worth, and purpose, and each one has vastly different skills and talents. We have to deal with young people as human beings first, then get into the human “doing” or academic task.

Scores Do Not Define Students.

Keep telling your students “you are more than a score.”

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