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State Testing Standards: How States Stack Up

June 12, 2018 1:31

Almost 10 years have passed since the Common Core State Standards were developed to provide a single set of challenging academic expectations for all students. Along with these new learning standards, came new assessments. Most states adopted one of two federally funded state tests, though some have dropped them and others have developed their own. Do states now have more challenging assessments that reflect higher learning standards? A new report compares the benchmarks and cut scores for each state test against a national assessment.

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