Student Takes Stand Against Texas Standardized Test A 15-year-old Texas student boycotts the state's mandatory standardized test for public school students. Kimberly Marciniak says preparation for the exam robs students of classroom time. NPR's Susan Stamberg talks to Marciniak.
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Student Takes Stand Against Texas Standardized Test

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Student Takes Stand Against Texas Standardized Test

Student Takes Stand Against Texas Standardized Test

Student Takes Stand Against Texas Standardized Test

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A 15-year-old Texas student boycotts the state's mandatory standardized test for public school students. Kimberly Marciniak says preparation for the exam robs students of classroom time. NPR's Susan Stamberg talks to Marciniak.