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The School as Factory Farm : All Testing All the Time --
The History, Logic and Push for Standardized Testing --
Testing at the Tipping Point: HSST as a Governing Education Principle In and Out of the Classroom --
Revising the Pedagogical Form : Test-Oriented Teaching and Learning --
Not What I Signed up for: The Changing Meaning of Being a Teacher --
A Lack of Accountability: Teacher Perspectives on Equity, Accuracy and Standardized Testing --
Implications : Synthesis of Findings, Resistance and Alternatives.
"Arlo Kempf's The Pedagogy of Standardized Testing is a tour de force, performing a tremendous service to education scholars and practitioners alike. As opt-out movements led by parents, students,