Teacher Opposed to Standardized Tests Reconsiders Teacher Chela Delgado once hated standardized tests and didn't want to make her students take them, but then she started listening to some of the children's parents. She reveals how families in under-resourced schools are pursuing what they see as best for their kids.
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Teacher Opposed to Standardized Tests Reconsiders

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Teacher Opposed to Standardized Tests Reconsiders

Teacher Opposed to Standardized Tests Reconsiders

Teacher Opposed to Standardized Tests Reconsiders

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As part of Weekend Edition Sunday's monthlong education series, we hear from Youth Radio's Chela Delgado. As a teacher, she once hated standardized tests and didn't want to make her students take them. Then, she started listening to some of the children's parents. She reveals how families in under-resourced schools are pursuing what they see as best for their kids.

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