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Poll Data: Testing and Opting Out

Both the PDK/Gallup and Education Next polls captured sentiment on the hot-button issues of standardized testing and the push among some parents to refuse to allow their children to take state assessments. They came to different conclusions.

Related: Polls Reveal Nuanced Views on K-12

Sources: PDK/Gallup, Education Next | Design & Visualization: Linda Jurkowitz

Vol. 35, Issue 02, Page 11

Published in Print: August 23, 2015, as Poll Data: Testing and Opting Out
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