[Susan notes: Overwhelmed with all the outrage, I can't think of any comment except "Thank you, Stephen." Stephen Krashen points to the fallacy of increased testing, online testing, and making Mickey Mouse president. Oh wait, I made part of that up. But ask yourself, given a choice, which would you choose?]
To the editor
We should all worry about overwhelming students, schools with tests (2/7/12).
Stephen Krashen, professor emeritus, USC
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