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Afternoon announcements: A Rhode Island State Senator takes a standardized test

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March 15, 2013 03:29 pm


Marion Brady guest posts in the Washington Post’s education blog today on the problems with high-stakes standardized tests. The Answer Sheet

Fifty adults in Rhode Island agreed to take the state’s standardized test, used for high school graduation standards. One of the State Senators took the test. The Answer Sheet

Congress will consider the reauthorization of the Workforce Investment At. While it doesn’t have major implications for K-12, it does have an impact on some job training programs that serve high school age students. Politics K-12

Maine’s State Legislature is considering a bill that would allow for single-gender classrooms. The bill, L.D. 699, would give this option to public elementary and secondary schools. Kennebec Journal


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