In praise of assessment (done right)

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KIM MARSHALL (kim.marshall48@gmail.com), formerly a Boston teacher and administrator, now coaches principals, consults, and speaks on school leadership and evaluation, and publishes the weekly Marshall Memo www.marshallmemo.com. 

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