Arlington teacher Kimberly Martinez is shown outside the school district administration building Thursday where trustees approved a resolution urging the Texas Legislature to end high-stakes tests and allow local school boards to use their own accountability systems. Martinez is withholding her son from taking the STAAR next week to protest standardized testing.
Arlington teacher Kimberly Martinez is shown outside the school district administration building Thursday where trustees approved a resolution urging the Texas Legislature to end high-stakes tests and allow local school boards to use their own accountability systems. Martinez is withholding her son from taking the STAAR next week to protest standardized testing. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram
Arlington teacher Kimberly Martinez is shown outside the school district administration building Thursday where trustees approved a resolution urging the Texas Legislature to end high-stakes tests and allow local school boards to use their own accountability systems. Martinez is withholding her son from taking the STAAR next week to protest standardized testing. Brad Loper Special to the Star-Telegram

North Texas parents joining movement to opt out of high-stakes testing

April 17, 2015 11:04 AM