Standardized Testing Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. PEP mock exam grade smallRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Jamaica Observer

    MINISTER of Education, Youth and Information Ruel Reid has explained the recent Primary Exit Profile mock exam results, and urged educators, parents, students and stakeholders of PEP to remain calm about the results, as they represent only a percentage of the total score to be assigned after sitting the actual examination in 2019. "The mock was administered on one component of the PEP, that is, the performance task, which accounts for 20 per cent of the total assessment," the minister said.


  2. PSAT/NMSQT results available to educators: Student report rollout to begin December 12Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Huntington News

    Results for the October 10 PSAT/NMSQT are now available online to educators. These reports will be made available to students on a rolling schedule beginning Students should receive an email when their scores are available, sent to the email address they have in their College Board account profile.


  3. Three CHS students named to Academic All State Football listRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Big Spring Herald

    Three Coahoma High School student athletes have been recognized for their outstanding academic achievement by the Texas High School Coaches Association. Joe Manning, Cassie Gutierrez, and Emily Krabill were named to the THSCA's Academic All State Football second team.


  4. Tell it to SunStar: More cases of illegal arrest with MLRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Sun-Star

    FOR many lawmakers and justice of the Supreme Court, martial law has become a black or white statement of support for the fascist policies of the Duterte regime. No longer are the situation of the Mindanaoans taken into consideration nor the rights violations happening on the ground.


  5. The state's top 100 highest-scoring schools on 3rd-grade PSSA examsRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 8 | Business Journal

    Do you know how public school district students statewide performed on the most recent Pennsylvania System of School Assessment exams, given to students in grades three through eight? The Pennsylvania Department of Education recently released the results of standardized tests given earlier this year, including the Keystone Exams, which are taken ... (more)


  6. Heavy Precipitation To Move Into Chattanooga Area; Some Areas Of Tennessee To Get Some Snow AccumulationRead the original story

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  7. Two LI schools named to AP District Honor RollRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Newsday

    Malverne High School and Commack High School hit benchmarks for maintaining and increasing students' participation in Advanced Placement courses and achievement on AP exams. Malverne High School and Commack High School are among 373 schools in the United States and Canada recognized by College Board for maintaining and increasing students' participation in Advanced Placement courses and performance on AP exams.


  8. New California School Dashboard paints a colorful pictureRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | San Jose Mercury News

    So many school districts are having such a hard time delivering the basics of an equal opportunity for an education that one in three statewide has been targeted for special assistance, according to a comprehensive state report card released by the California Department of Education Thursday. The state identified 374 school districts out of roughly 1,000 that qualify for additional help - more than 60 percent more than last year, when the state issued its first set of ratings under the new "school dashboard" system.


  9. Welcome, character-building waits in emergencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Sydney Morning Herald

    As a gifted queuer with an aptitude for quiet waiting I have been trying in vain to share the angst of the news of the reported waiting times in Emergency at the Canberra Hospital. New statistics show that the average waiting time to be attended to in emergency at Canberra is 46 minutes.


  10. Green Ridge Educational Foundation to award first scholarships in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Sedalia Democrat

    They were unexpected gifts, but thanks in large part to the generous donations of two former Green Ridge residents, post-secondary costs for several future Green Ridge graduates may become less of an expense. "When Mr. Schnell contacted me he said Mr. Hoefner had 'left a significant amount of money to go toward scholarships for those students graduating from Green Ridge High School and Wright City High School,'" Green Ridge Superintendent Dr. Jamie Burkhart said.


  11. EDITORIAL: Devos right to sound alarm on higher education debtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    Sometimes the most controversial thing you can do is say what's blindingly obvious, but that no one wants to acknowledge. That's what Education Secretary Betsy Devos did last week when talking about student loan debt.


  12. Yelp for School? DC Unveils Rating System for Public SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | NBC Washington

    D.C. has created a five-star rating system to help parents decide which school to choose for their children to attend. News4's Derrick Ward explains how it works and why some people are skeptical of the new system.


  13. ACT Government to spend $2million to encourage kids to walk or ride to schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The RiotACT

    Suzanne Orr visited Giralang Primary School, which is one of 52 schools that will benefit from the ACT Government's investment. Photo: Supplied.


  14. No more letter grades when Utah board rolls out new report cards for schools Jan. 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Deseret News

    Utahns will get their first glimpse of the state's new school report card on Jan. 3, state education officials told the Utah Board of Education on Friday. The new report card has no letter grades but employs a dashboard that gauges student achievement and growth, and rates schools as exemplary, commendable, typical, developing and those with critical needs.


  15. Ivy League mania warps students and colleges alikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Washington Post

    Rowers pass the campus of Harvard University as they paddle down the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass. T.M. Landry College Preparatory, a scrappy independent school in Breaux Bridge, La., gained fame over the past five years for sending many of its underprivileged African American students off to Ivy League colleges.


  16. IMD Dean Talks About Admissions, Future in P&Q InterviewRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 6 | The GMAT Club Journal

    IMD dean SeA n Meehan has sat down for an interview with Poets & Quants , sharing his perspective on MBA admissions and the future of IMD's program. In the last year, interest in IMD's small but prestigious MBA program has spiked, with applications rising by 63 percent.


  17. Waiver consideration for the LRSD on State Board of Ed agenda sparks concern from LRSD advocatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Arkansas Times

    ... that received a "D" or "F" grade under the state's new accountability system, which is based largely on standardized testing. Key said the district needed "greater flexibility" to fire teachers at the so-called "D" and "F" schools. But when pressed, ...


  18. 3 Jenks Students Get Perfect ACT ScoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    Jenks is celebrating three of their high school students who scored a perfect 36 on the ACT test. Michael Hwang, Maya Chandwaney and Aadesh Bajaj all recorded perfect scores.


  19. Australian rugby labelled 'dysfunctional' ahead of World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | ABC News

    Current and former senior administrators have accused Rugby Australia of lacking a long-term strategy less than 12 months out from the Wallabies taking part in the World Cup in Japan. Critics say the problems at the top of the game with the Wallabies can be traced back to a lack of junior development and a coherent strategy to support ruby union's grassroots.


  20. Sixth Annual Boston International Kids Film Festival Announces WinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 |

    The Boston International Kids Film Festival announced the award winners from the sixth annual festival, which took place November 16-18, 2018 at the Somerville Theatre and other area venues. The Boston International Kids Film Festival annually offers films made for kids and by kids, and hands-on workshops for the entire family.