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Sacramento Bee

Should schools still offer AP classes if most students struggle on exams?
Sacramento Bee
Sacramento-area students fared better overall, with students scoring a 3 or higher on about 61 percent of AP tests in 2015-16, according to a Bee review of new data from the California Department of Education. San Juan and Encina high schools had the ...

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Opinion/Letter: Yancey a victim of test policies
The Daily Progress
There is more to the story of Yancey Elementary that the public needs to know. The elephant in the room that few politicians and so-called education experts don't want to acknowledge is how much the emphasis on standardized test scores has hurt ...

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OUR VIEW: From the Archives — Sex test fiasco exposes State Board's problems
Rockford Register Star
When the Illinois State Board of Education wastes money, it hurts taxpayers. But the agency's most recent blunder, sending out an uncensored and unapproved sex test, was worse — it may have irrevocably damaged the educational standards movement in ...


Times of San Diego

Search How Your High School Ranks on California AP Tests
Times of San Diego
When the discrepancy in the test scores was initially discovered, school officials, policymakers and parents told inewsource they rely on the data posted by the Department of Education because it's the only place where they can compare scores by county ...

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