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California Proposes Minimal Sanctions for Low Participation in State Tests

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California Proposes Minimal Sanctions for Low Participation in State Tests

In passing a new school accountability law — the Every Student Succeeds Act — Congress gave states more latitude to decide how to use federal education funding, particularly in improving schools serving low-income students and English learners. What hasn’t changed is the requirement for nearly all students to take annual standardized tests — and for states to see that schools and districts comply.
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