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Students are invited to tell their story when they enter Ms. Mora’s classroom.


Like so many students in middle school, Diane Mora was reduced down to the numbered calculations produced by a standard assessment. She was prescribed a certain amount of limited potential, then shuffled through the education system accordingly. Not only did she go on, however, to break through the expectations set for her, but now she also raises her voice against how standardized testing disproportionately affects ESL students.



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Nathaniel Bozarth

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