Parents in Chicago want children to sit out state test | WBEZ
Skip to main content

Morning Shift

Parents in Chicago want children to sit out state test

In less than a month, school children across Illinois will take the state standardized test the ISAT. But because this year is the last year the ISAT will be used, some parents in Chicago want to opt their children out of the test. WBEZ producer Becky Vevea explains why. Do you think kids take too many standardized tests? Or do you think the ISAT is an important test to measure how students are doing? Let us know. Photo: Flickr/COCOEN daily photos

Get the WBEZ App

Download the best live and on-demand public radio experience. Find out more.

CLOSE X