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EDITORIAL: Should schools test students in their native language?
News Sentinel
Indiana education officials propose offering future state math and science tests in Spanish — and possibly other languages. “The whole thinking is (English-learners) would do better if we'd give them access,” says Trish Morita-Mullaney, a researcher ...

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Amarillo.com

Amarillo ISD's STAAR reading scores drop, matching statewide trend
Amarillo.com
Texas students, including some in Amarillo Independent School District, seemed to have had a tougher time passing standardized reading tests this year, according to results released by Texas Education Agency this month. While passing rates for the ...


Las Cruces Sun-News

Larger New Mexico high schools continue to struggle on PARCC
Las Cruces Sun-News
Ruszkowski said the school district has not taken up an offer by state officials to help the district's struggling schools by pairing up teachers and principals from schools with higher test scores. He said state education officials will extend the ...
APS calls PARCC results 'perplexing'Albuquerque Journal

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Harris County eliminates gaps with state average on Georgia Milestones
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
The Harris County School District improved its passing rate on 42 percent of the state's standardized tests comparable from last year to this year and eliminated its gap with the state average on two of the tests -- now surpassing or matching the state ...


STLtoday.com

Missouri will no longer offer the ACT for free to juniors
STLtoday.com
... offering the free college entrance exam, the percentage of public school graduating seniors who took the test increased to 93 percent from 67.6 percent, according to the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Offering the test ...

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