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    Create a formal, position argument where you state and defend a claim on standardized testing. The purpose and goal is to persuade and convince your audience of a certain perspective, direction, or solution for an issue.

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    Quinn, R. (2015, Oct 09). STANDARIZED EXAMS. Charleston Gazette - Mail

    Hermesch, J. A. (2010). A dynamic examination of the disparity in african american college enrollment (Order No. 1475698). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (305232546).

    Meadows, S., & Karr-Kidwell, P. J. (2001). The Role of Standardized Tests as a Means of Assessment of Young Children: A Review of Related Literature and Recommendations of Alternative Assessments for Administrators and Teachers.

    PROS AND CONS OF ASSESSMENT. (2014). Tech & Learning, 35(4), 42-44

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    Notes and ideas, including some resources on pros and cons of standardized testing.