On the validity of FSA testing, with apologies to NPR’s Planet Money team

This post is inspired by two recent events.  One is the Florida Senate’s decision to require an independent psychometric assessment of the validity of the Florida Standards Assessment (see the School Zone report on this here).  The other is last week’s story by National Public Radio on economics jokes.

Three psychometricians went on a deer hunt. After some time, they came upon a deer.

The first psychometician took a shot at the deer, but missed six feet to the left.

The second psychometrician took a shot at the deer, but missed six feet to the right.

The third psychometrician starting jumping up and down in jubilation. “We got him!” he cried.

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