Opt out ... for what?: Nicole Nelson Editorial
Opting out of the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers will not yield progress. For years, educators have been using assessments to obtain data to support students and their education. The results can determine strengths and weaknesses in instruction and in student ability.
Teacher sees benefits of Common Core playing out in classroom: Angelle Lailhengue
Five years ago, Louisiana began its transition to the Common Core State Standards, and I became a mother. I have been fortunate enough to watch these standards and assessments rollout from two very different perspectives.
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