Morning Read: Academics draft letter criticizing federal proposal on determining student achievement
LA School Report | July 21, 2016
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A University of Southern California professor has collected dozens of academicians’ signatures on a letter to U.S. Secretary of Education John King criticizing how the federal government proposes to measure student scores on standardized tests. California’s top state education officials agree with him and may express the same point of view in a letter they’re drafting. By John Fensterwald, EdSource
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