Nearly 150 professors at universities in Massachusetts issued a statement in opposition to high-stakes testing.

As the national movement against the misuse and abuse of standardized tests grows, the mainstream media is starting to take note and report on it.

More than 800 school boards in Texas; prominent superintendents like Joshua Starr and Heath Morrison; teachers at Garfield High in Seattle; students in Portland, Oregon, and Providence, RI.

Every day, the reaction against high-stakes testing gets stronger and louder.