Minnesota math, reading scores slip, but science proficiency up slightly
After making gains in 2012, Minnesota students' scores on state proficiency tests dropped in most grades and subgroups this year, the state Department of Education reported Monday.
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#1 Aug 27, 2013
And I bet more than 1 person will suggest making the tests easier as a solution.
#2 Aug 28, 2013
Its troubling where the article states that parents use MCA results to judge school performance. Any kid with study support at home can ace these tests.
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