Let's all make FOIA/FOIL requests for tests from Pearson, which were purchased w/taxpayer dollars. That way we can see what the quality is of ALL the questions asked. After all, as this parent points out: "Content developed for the state with the state’s money should belong to the state, and should be available to the public unless there is a compelling public purpose for keeping it from public view." The only purpose Pearson would say is compelling is to protect their profitability.
A Request to Make the Pearson Tests Public – SchoolBook
A parent writes that he believes there is no good educational reason to keep parents and others from seeing the state exams produced for the state by Pearson, and so has filed a request under the state's Freedom of Information Law for the release of copies of the exam and the answer sheets.