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Berlin cites Shor regarding the objective of the social epistemic writing class as being "the liberated consciousness of students is the only educational objective worth considering, the only objective worth the risk of failure. To succeed at anything else is no success at all" (682). How do you tell success from failure in this type of classroom and how do you justify this approach to (typically) conservative school boards demanding measurable standards of accountability?