States are Still Defining Proficiency Differently

Washington Post, 2/22/2016

A new study finds that despite the widespread adoption of  Common Core, individual states are still setting different definitions of “proficient” on annual math and reading tests. This disconnect makes it increasingly difficult for parents to know whether the standards are high enough to truly prepare students for 21st century learning.

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