If concerned parents are trying to figure out ways to make the PARCC testing disappear, well, the NJEA is trying to help your cause.

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NJEA President Wendell Steinhauer mentioned that he would like to see the PARCC test go away and that there is a way to make that happen.

Essentially Steinhauer's comments said that the PARCC testing company needs 5 million students to make a profit. If 1 million students drop out, the PARCC testing would cease to exist in the Garden State.

If the NJEA is saying that they would be ok with the PARCC testing going away, don't you think a parent would agree?

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