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The National K-12 Testing Landscape

States vary widely in their plans for assessing the Common Core Standards in the 2014-15 school year. Their approaches to testing are far more fragmented now than even a year ago, when all but a handful of states planned to use the PARCC or Smarter Balanced assessments.

See the results of Education Week’s 50-state reporting project on states' testing plans in English/language arts and mathematics for 2014-15.

Source: Education Week | Design & Visualization: Linda Jurkowitz, Stacey Decker

Vol. 33, Issue 32, Page 16

Published in Print: May 19, 2014, as The National Testing Landscape Fragments
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