Despite Common Core and more testing, reading and math scores haven't budged in a decade
from USA Today
American students are struggling with reading. And the country's education system hasn't found a way to make it better. In fact, fourth and eighth grade reading scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress essentially haven't budged in 10 years. That's causing some alarm, considering the number of reforms aimed at American schools over the past decade: stronger academic standards, more tests, stricter teacher evaluations and laws that discourage schools from promoting third-graders if they can't read proficiently, to name a few.
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