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Smagorinsky: Millions spent on testing in Georgia could be better spent

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The millions of dollars spent in Georgia on student testing could be spent in ways that could have an ameliorative effect on the causes of poverty and thus a beneficial effect on schooling, writes UGA Distinguished Research Professor of Language and Literacy Education Peter Smagorinsky in a June 24 essay co-written by retired school superintendent Jim Arnold in the _Washington Post's_ "Answer Sheet" blog.
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