States worried about Common Core tests
from eClassroom News
States, superintendents nervous about Common Core pass rates. A new study highlights an interesting trend happening in states across the country: backtracking on Common Core State Standards. States say issues with development, as well as worries about students' pass rates, are making implementing Common Core tests difficult. The report "Year 3 of Implementing the Common Core State Standards: States Prepare for the Common Core Assessments," is based on a survey of state deputy superintendents in 40 of the 46 states that have adopted the CCSS in math or English/language arts or both subjects, and was conducted by the Center on Education Policy.
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