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Afternoon Announcements: Students Fare Worse on Tests As They Advance in Grade Level

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May 07, 2014 05:31 pm

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High school test scores released by the federal government Wednesday provide fresh evidence of a troubling theme in American education: Students seem to perform worse on tests as they advance through the public school system to higher grades. Huffington Post

By state order, teachers and principals may not disclose any contents of the three days of standardized English tests that were given at the beginning of April. New York Times

The Texas AFT doesn’t like a plan submitted by the Lone Star State as part of its NCLB waiver. Teacher Beat

Teachers looking for new jobs for the next school year will find vastly different markets across the states and sometimes across school districts in the same state. Prospects range from dismal to great, even as state revenues recover from the Great Recession and many states invest more money in K-12 education.  Stateline

 

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