National test data released last week could add weight to Kansas State Board of Education chairman Steve Abrams’ argument for Kansas to pull out of the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
Math scores were up slightly among fourth- and eighth-graders. But reading scores didn’t improve for fourth-graders and went down for eighth-graders.
It appears that maybe no child is getting ahead.
Posted by Melissa Cooley
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