A New View of Tests, Via Karate Commentator Emily Wylie teaches at the Young Women's Leadership School, a public school in New York City. As a teacher, she doesn't like tests very much, but recently she took a test herself: at the school where she learns karate. It made her better understand the value of standardized testing.
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A New View of Tests, Via Karate

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A New View of Tests, Via Karate

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A New View of Tests, Via Karate

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Commentator Emily Wylie teaches at the Young Women's Leadership School, a public school in New York City. As a teacher, she doesn't like tests very much, but recently she took a test herself: at the school where she learns karate. It made her better understand the value of standardized testing.