Just the latest example of their handiwork is another screw-up affecting the disastrous CATS testing:
This means that Kentucky students (some as young as 9-years old) will be asked to do one thing...but will be assessed on something else - some secret rubric. How is a student to know which questions have a secret rubric, and which do not? What are the ethics of penalizing students for following instructions?
Kentucky School News and Commentary has the whole story.
Have to wonder how much longer we can afford the luxury of not paying much attention to our education bureaucrats.