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Assessment News Roundup – What We’re Reading 4/29/16

A weekly list of news and items of interest on the issue of K12 assessments.

From Edweek: This chart shows the results of a national survey of states’ assessment programs in math and English/language arts for 2015-2016.

State Testing: An Interactive Breakdown of 2015-16 Plans

From DQC: The Data Quality Campaign has put together a set of recommendations for policymakers and leaders at all levels to achieve the vision of providing students with the right data at the right time so that they can make informed decisions.

Make Data Work for All Students

From Edweek: The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) has released their most recent scores from their national achievement test. Lowest achievers showed a large score drop in both math and reading. The high achievers, did significantly better in reading, on average, while staying stagnant in math.

Low Performers Show Big Declines on 12th Grade NAEP Test