More students are starting standardized testing at a young age.
It can be incredibly frustrating students, and it can make their school life very stressful.
While it doesn’t necessarily count against their grades in school, it’s still an assessment that’s used to analyze a child’s ability.
Chandhi Langford is a fifth-grade teacher at Evergreen Avenue Elementary School in Woodbury, New Jersey.
Her class was preparing to take one of these standardized exams.
So she decided to surprise them.
When the student walked into their class the morning of PARRC standardized testing, they were shocked to find handwritten notes on each of their desks.