Steven Singer, who teaches in Pennsylvania, explains the planned insanity behing standardized testing, rigged for failure. He likens the situation to a video game that he played with his friend as a child, where the questions and answers might suddenly and arbitrarily change. In Pennsylania, the privatization movement started with deep budget cuts. Then comes a new standardized test. Too many students did well, so the tests were made more "rigorous." Now, most students "fail." Did they get dumber? No. Did he become a worse teacher? He says no. So what's up? The students are set up to fail. The teachers and schools are set up to fail? Why? It clears the way for charters and vouchers.