California Roll Out New Student Testing Proposal Aimed At Critical Thinking
Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson unveiled a set of proposals Tuesday to rewrite the state's battery of standardized tests that students take every spring to measure achievement in English-language arts and math, readiness to graduate from high-school, and subjects such as science. Ann Notarangelo reports.
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