Problems with common-core-aligned exams mirror those in Montana and Nevada, but the Associated Press reports that the glitches are not as severe as in other states.


The bill, modeled on language proposed by the American Legislative Exchange Council, also requires students to be taught about limited government power.


The plan from Snyder would make the current district responsible only for paying off its debt, while new entities would be responsible for overseeing education.


The use of test scores in teacher evaluations continues to be a controversial issue in many states, and New Jersey could soon agree to reduce the weight of PARCC scores in the 2015-16 evaluations.


The Washington state Supreme Court has said that if lawmakers don't dramatically overhaul and increase K-12 spending in their 2015-17 budget, the justices could impose financial sanctions.


The American Institutes for Research has emerged as major player in recent years in the increasingly competitive world of state assessments.


State board elections in 2014 led to new members and new tension between Commissioner Robert Hammond and board members, including over the common core and aligned tests.


In vetoing a review, Gov. Phil Bryant said he could not let it "become law under the guise that it would lead to the demise of common core."


According to the New York Post, portions of New York state's English/language arts test were posted Wednesday on a Facebook group called "Education is a Journey, Not a Race."


Common-core-repeal bills are failing widely in state legislatures this year, but will bills to review the standards fare any better?


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