“It Makes Me Sad Because I Think… I Can Never Be Good Enough.” What Students Are Saying About High-Stakes Testing.
|Abstract||Much research has been conducted regarding the current state of public education within the United States. Very little of that research bodes well for the system’s current circumstances or for the direction our system is headed. The debate stems around two opposing ideologies. One believes that there needs to be more accountability via high-stakes testing and the continuum of the status quo that the country has maintained for centuries, regardless of the effect it may be having on the students’ well-being. While the opposing view sees high-stakes testing as a contributing factor to the seemingly unproductive, chaotic, and even harmful conundrum of bias and hegemony that shows a positive correlation of deleterious effects to student well-bei... (more)|
|Contributor||Khaleesi, Casey (Author) / Swadener, Elizabeth (Advisor) / Bertrand, Melanie (Committee member) / Broberg, Gregory (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)|
|Subject||Education / Educational tests & measurements / Education policy / AzMERIT / children's rights / children's voice / high-stakes testing / student well-being|
|Reuse Permissions||All Rights Reserved|
|Note||Masters Thesis Social and Cultural Pedagogy 2018|
|Collaborating Institutions||Graduate College / ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|