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The Courier Life News

Economists bring hard data to tough education policy questions
The Courier Life News
Standardized student test scores, which were given renewed focus in 2002 with the No Child Left Behind Act, are another controversial educational topic as states use scores more and more to craft school or district report cards, and teachers fear ...


Knoxville News Sentinel

Knox County outpaces state in TNReady test scores
Knoxville News Sentinel
Elementary and middle school students in Knox County are outpacing the rest of the state in reading and math, with about 40 percent performing at grade level, ...
TNReady results: Only 25 percent of Nashville elementary, middle ...The Tennessean
TNReady: Murfreesboro, Rutherford students ahead of peersThe Daily News Journal
In Tennessee's turnaround district, 9 in 10 young students fall short on their first TNReady examsChalkbeat Tennessee

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The Commercial Appeal

Five takeaways from TNReady, now that we have all the data (This is not a drill!)
The Commercial Appeal
Ten years ago, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce gave the Tennessee Department of Education an "F" for transparency to families about the education their children were receiving. State tests in Tennessee were significantly out of line with national tests ...
Tennessee House Democrats call for multi-year TNReady accountability moratoriumThe Tennessean
Latest TNReady test foul-up angers Tennessee legislatorsChattanooga Times Free Press

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WHYY

More Delaware students taking, passing Advanced Placement tests ...
WHYY
The number of Delaware high school students taking and performing well in Advanced Placements that can earn them college credits. (Cmmcder1/Bigstock).

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