Morning Read: State moves to make student test scores easier to understand
LA School Report | July 13, 2016
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California is providing a range of new resources to teachers, parents and the public to make Smarter Balanced tests and student scores easier to understand — and more useful in actually guiding instruction. The State Board of Education on Wednesday will discuss new parent and teacher resources that are available to help understand the tests, as well as improvements to the public website, where this year’s scores are expected to be posted by the end of August. By Theresa Harrington, EdSource
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