September 4 | The Sacramento Bee

Posted by Melody Gutierrez

California leaders are proposing to immediately suspend the state's standardized tests that have become a routine part of assessing its schools for the past decade.

New amendments to Assembly Bill 484 would end the use of STAR tests in math and English for the school year now underway. In its place, schools could opt in to new assessments aligned to Common Core Standards.

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