KUSA - Has testing in public schools gone too far? It's a growing concern from people who deal with Colorado's school system.
It's an issue uniting many Colorado Republicans and Democrats, who are working on several measures to push back.
Last week the state senate passed a bill to make it crystal clear: if you skip a standardized assessment test, there will be no penalty.
Not everyone is on board with these proposals. On this installment of our program, state Sens. Mike Johnston (D-Denver) and Chris Holbert (R-Parker) share different visions for a path put of the thicket of assessment tests in Colorado schools.