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Here are some additional web sites that support the cause.

Web SiteDescription
Teachers College Press Purchase TEACHER TO TEACHER PUBLICATIONS.
Ann Cook, Series Editor, Co-chair, New York Performance Standards Consortium
Free Speech The website for William Cala, Superintendent of Fairport, New York
National Education Association NEA believes that accountability should be shared by schools, education employees, policymakers and parents -- with the ultimate goal of helping every student succeed.
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) Many professional organizations have taken official positions against high stakes tests: this link takes you to the statement passed by the American Education Research Association (AERA)
Susan Ohanian Speaks Out Editorials, quotes, cartoons, essays and more...
HoPE = Higher Potential Education Great resource page for ethical standards in evaluation and testing
What Kids Can Do Believes in expanding current views of what constitutes challenging learning and achievement, particularly for adolescents. They comb the country for compelling examples of schools and communities working together
FairTest.org The National Center for Fair & Open Testing is an advocacy organization working to end the abuses, misuses and flaws of standardized testing. They demand that the evaluation of students and workers be fair, open, and educationally sound.
Summer 2003 FairTest Examiner The National Center for Fair & Open Testing now has a collection of archived articles from the FairTest Examiner, and organized by subject.