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January 07, 2014

Teachers' Unions, Testing Consortia Team Up on Grants From Helmsley Trust

A grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust aims to involve teachers nationwide in the design of resources for tests being designed by PARCC and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.

January 06, 2014

A Note on New York's Testing Waiver

The state's testing waiver came under a longstanding provision of federal law, not the new "double-testing" waiver program.

January 03, 2014

ACT to Drop 'Explore' and 'Plan' Tests

ACT Inc., will offer the two tests, typically given in 8th and 10th grade, as precursors to its ACT college admissions exam, for the last time in 2013-14 as it debuts its Aspire test for grades 3-11.

January 03, 2014

For NYC Schools, the Ultimate New Year's Resolution

What would be the biggest game-changer when it comes to American public education? And what if we tried it in New York City? Sam Chaltain has a New Year's resolution for the new mayor.

January 02, 2014

New York Wins 'Double Test' Waiver from U.S. Education Department

The state's waiver applies only to 7th and 8th grade students who are taking high school mathematics.

December 31, 2013

Top 10 State K-12 Blog Posts in 2013: From Common Core to Michelle Rhee

Many of the most popular blog posts for State EdWatch in 2013 concerned the common core, while others Involved big names like Arne Duncan, Tony Bennett, and Michelle Rhee.

December 30, 2013

PBS, NPR Take Year-End Looks at Education

The "PBS Newshour" and NPR aired year-end reports on education, concentrating on the state of school testing and the Common Core education standards.

December 24, 2013

Advocacy Groups Raise Concerns With California's Assessment Plan

By guest blogger Alyson Klein Cross-posted from Politics K-12 So remember how California is planning to suspend most of its accountability testing for a year in order to help the state's schools get up to speed on new tests aligned with the Common Core standards? U.S. Secretary of Education of Arne ...

December 24, 2013

Students With Disabilities in Florida District Outpace Peers on NAEP

Hillsborough County, Fla., which includes Tampa, was on outlier of high performance in a year that saw test scores remain much the same as they had when the tests were last administered in 2011.

December 24, 2013

Common-Core Headlines You Probably Won't See in 2014

A review of the top curriculum posts of 2013, and a lighthearted look ahead to the headlines you probably won't see in 2014.

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