More parents joining opt-out movement against standardized tests
In a movement that’s sweeping the country, parents are opting their kids out of state exams, saying schools are more focused on routine tests than on real education. But some school officials say such parents are making a big mistake. NBC’s Morgan Radford reports for TODAY.
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