Washington State Schools Chief Aims to Replace Testing System
Washington state's new superintendent of public instruction wants to replace the Washington Assessment of Student Learning with two separate tests and use a computerized testing system. But he said last week that the new exams would still be hard, and that high school students would still need to...
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