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Across the country, several hundred thousand students have opted out of taking standardized tests this year. Many students and parents object to high stakes testing for philosophical or political reasons. But in Philadelphia, parents have a more immediate concern: their kids can’t understand them. About one in ten students in Philadelphia public schools is an English Language Learner, yet they’re expected to take the same tests in the same language as their English-speaking peers.

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