Two related links seem, um, linked:
A Decade of No Child Left Behind - a comprehensively damning report on the results of teaching model based on standardized tests, which has not improved performance on anything including the standardized tests it relied on, and has decreased access to adequate education particularly in lower-income groups it was intended to benefit;
and Utah Prof Denied Promised Job After Snowflakes Complain.
Here's the link: the prof, who was hired to a position for which he was supposed to be granted tenure in one year, was denied tenure and booted after students complained, even though his teaching had been peer-evaluated by colleagues and his chair, who found no problems.
Students complained that he was asking them questions in class even when they didn't have their hands up, and - the horror - asking them questions for which there was no right answer, to prompt discussion. They didn't WANT to discuss anything, develop critical thinking skills, or discover anything for themselves. What they wanted was to be told what the answer was, so they'd know what box to tick on the next test. As far as they knew, that was the function of education.