D.C. teachers: We can make your test rock
We have to give it to E.L. Haynes Public Charter school administrators and teachers. They've put their cool cred on the line with a YouTube rap to encourage students preparing for standardize achievement tests.
Principal Eric Westendorf and staff members have recorded CASrock to the tune of Young Money's Bed Rock, WUSA 9 reports. (The CAS is short for the Comprehensive Assessment Systems.)
Teachers told WUSA that they wanted to motivate the students so they figured they would take one of the most popular songs out now and make it test worthy.
The video is said to be a hit with students. Watch it for yourself.
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| April 23, 2010; 3:34 PM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: Achievement test, Education, School
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