Sunday, November 05, 2006

The Testers Speak

We pay them. They know everything. And they're ready to test our kids on it, too. Don't mess with them, or they'll send your kids to summer school. Maybe they'll make them repeat a grade. Their awesome power knows no bounds.

But wait--could the testers make a mistake? Could they make ten thousand mistakes?

"It's a bummer when we get something wrong," said John Katzman, CEO of the Princeton Review, which has a $5.4 million contract with the city this year to provide the tests.

Whoa. Bummer, dude. Totally bogus. Like, that sucks, man.

Anyone besides me wonder how many mistakes these geniuses didn't catch?

Thanks to Schoolgal
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