New York Testing From member station WNYC, Beth Fertig reports on a decision by the state of New York to require small, alternative schools to participate in the state testing program. Educators at these "break the mold" schools say that will stifle the creativity that makes them successful with students who feel lost in larger, more structured schools.

New York Testing

New York Testing

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From member station WNYC, Beth Fertig reports on a decision by the state of New York to require small, alternative schools to participate in the state testing program. Educators at these "break the mold" schools say that will stifle the creativity that makes them successful with students who feel lost in larger, more structured schools.

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