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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Curving test scores

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From: Hillarie Swanner <hillarie.swanner@lcu.edu>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004052615:22:44
Subject: Re: Re: Re: curving test scores



AMEN!!  I think there might be the occassional time that I make a test
way too hard by some mistake and I would take a serious look at it and
maybe even let some collegues look at it and then deside if
adjustments should be made.  But I totally agree that curving gives
our kids a false look at the real world.  When they perform below par
at a job their boss isnt going to "curve" their performance.  He'll
just fire them.  Our kids need to learn that they have to work hard to
succeed in the real world.

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