Observer Radio Episode 74: Why Standardized Testing in Texas Doesn’t Measure Up

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In this episode, Observer contributor Jason Stanford joins us to discuss the perils of Texas’ reliance on standardized testing. Stanford also tells the tale of a University of Texas professor who spoke out against the tests and the blowback he’s received from the testing company.

From The Dallas Morning News, James Drew joins us in the studio to talk about a voter-registration group raid initiated by Attorney General Greg Abbott in Houston in 2010.

Observer Radio appears on KEOS in College Station on Sundays at 6:30 p.m., on KOOP in Austin on Tuesdays at 2 p.m., and on Wimberley Valley Radio on Sunday mornings and afternoons. Subscribe to Observer Radio on iTunes and never miss an episode.

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