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Anxious students - not to mention their parents - can get a heads-up for how the redesigned SAT might look in two years.
District officials have also proposed a 25-cent meal price increase. Guidry said there has not been a price increase since 2008.
In the most wide-ranging survey of the nutrient to date, researchers found that levels of the vitamin varied wildly between seasons.
Democratic governor nominee Wendy Davis speaks to the Texas Retired Teachers Association at a convention at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Dallas on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Abbott is under fire for yet another aspect of his education plan: now, he wants to require pre-K students to take biannual standardized tests.
No. 2 pencils and printed test packets are disappearing as standardized testing in Florida finishes segueing into computer-based testing.
This spring, the testing resistance movement has exploded across the nation. It will continue to grow as the testing season heads into the final stretch.
Eight lawmakers asked Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday to scrap plans to use tests associated with the Common Core education standards, a proposal that Jindal called 'a viable option' if the Legislature won't vote to jettison the tests.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released students standard test scores this spring.
Dean Avi Soifer says the William S. Richardson School of Law on the Manoa campus is keeping registration open on a rolling admissions basis.
Jill Osler, of Doniphan, says that she thinks the tests are about politics, not about learning.
A group of lawmakers is pressuring U.S. News & World Report to update its influential college ranking system to indicate which universities have come under fire for failing to adequately handle sexual assault cases on campus.
Hilton Head Island Middle School student Emma Patrick works during a practice PASS test in the class of English teacher Kathleen Clark.
Tennessee lawmakers have put the state budget behind them. Now they'll turn to what really worries them: getting re-elected.
As PSSA testing goes into its final turn, preparing for future assessments is just beginning, especially for parents who are deciding to practice their legal rights.
A years-long effort by state officials to help create standardized tests for South Carolina's public schools may become moot, leaving uncertain how students will be tested next spring.