Jul 15, 2016

Texas students make minimal gains on STAAR exams amid problems - Houston Chronicle

Elementary and middle school students in Texas made limited gains on state exams this year, though new, tougher standards proved a challenge, according to data released Thursday. The Texas Education Agency for the first time this year increased the number of questions that students would have to answer correctly to pass the battery of standardized exams known as the State of Texas Assessments...

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