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- Lynn Davey also states, "But because the United States has no national system of achievement testing, we cannot validly compare students' performance across the nation", in her essay entitled "The Case for a National Test".
- American Federation of Teachers claims in his essay entitled, "Are American Schools Too Easy?" ...
- Monty Neill suggest in their essay entitled, "The Case against a National Test" that, "U.S. policymakers and the public have been deluged with proposals for national testing",
- "The Tyranny of a National Curriculum" Marc Bernstein suggests that, "People that support a national testing program believe that too many students are failing to perform to their potential and that drastic steps need to be taken to improve their education".
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Lynn Davey, Albert Shanker, Monty Neill, Marc Bernstein,
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American Federation of Teachers,
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