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Critics argue the focus on standardized testing as the means of assessment encourages teachers to teach a narrow subset of skills the teacher believes will increase test performance, rather than focus on acquiring deep understanding of the curriculum.
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Over half of new teachers do not plan to stay in classroom long term amid mental health problems, figures show.