Could Obama’s new testing plan help young students in the long run?

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This past weekend President Obama introduced a new plan to limit the amount of standardized tests students kindergarten through 12th grade must take during their school career.

The testing action plan will help reduce the amount of test taking down down to under 2 percent of the school year and to make the tests more fair. To talk about the new testing action plan, CEO and Founder of the Ivy Key, Jae Gardner.

To see more about the analysis of the testing plan, head on here.