Save the Date!
December 3, 2019
Participate in a book study sponsored by CAPE Ohio and Public Education Partners
The Testing Charade: Pretending to Make Schools Better by Daniel Koretz, is described by Diane Ravitch as “the best explanation of standardized testing.” This book is bound to bring about a lively discussion of testing in our schools and help us understand why the current use of standardized tests is not improving or reforming our schools. Get the book now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or The University of Chicago Press.
If you would like to receive an invitation to this event, please use this Evite link to receive an invitation, more details and an opportunity to RSVP.
For individual chapter summaries of the book, click here
Watch this space for more information!
What Is CAPE Ohio?
As citizen advocates, we defend the concept of public education as envisioned by the nation’s founders. At the same time, we seek the transformation that will improve and advance learning so that all students thrive. (Read more about CAPE Ohio)
Our Vision for Public Education
Recent cycles of reform have treated public education as if it were a large manufacturing concern, with controllable inputs and raw materials. Education is different. (Read the CAPE Ohio Vision)
Principles for Redefining Public Education
We hope that decision makers—students, parents, teachers, boards of education, legislators, administrators—will use these principles in developing policies and practices before it’s too late. (Read the Thirteen Principles)