Tests not a good measurement of public schools either–just like home school

I read your commentary on home schooling (The Acorn, May 22) and I had to laugh. In response to the article in that edition of your paper—that stated how well home schoolers do on tests—you used their testing success as a weapon to question their practices.
You said, "If nothing else many children who learn at home do it effectively. But being taught to take a test isn’t necessarily a full measurement of education and learning ability." I have to agree with ...

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