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There was some point in junior high school when I stopped understanding math. I kept attending class, did the homework, and got good grades. In high school, I took algebra and geometry and then scored well enough on the PSAT, SAT, and ACT to have been recruited by colleges thousands of miles away from my […]

Poppycock, Folderal, Nonsense

. . . in the immortal words of Todd Farley. About a week ago, someone sent me a link to an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times by Todd Farley, author of Making the Grades: My Misadventures in the Standardized Testing Industry. Farley’s experiences aren’t unique. Like Farley, I am a writer who sort […]