There appears to be a revolt forming across the country against high stakes standardized exams.
Teachers at several schools in Seattle are refusing to give students the state's test. They say the one-size fits all nature of the test does not fit with the curriculum.
And in Texas, the state's House of Representatives cut the budget for standardized testing to zero in protest. Leaders there say it was a symbolic gesture. Experts say the funding will be restored when the final budget is set.
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