Vote of “no confidence” in the state testing program

School districts across North Carolina rejoiced yesterday, as the State Board of Education approved their requests to administer alternatives to the state’s third-grade reading test.  Districts objected to the plan to use state end-of-grade reading tests to fulfill the requirements of the Read to Achieve program.

If you ask me, that is a vote of “no confidence” in the state testing program and, perhaps more likely, the NC Department of Public Instruction.

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