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Next year, states will be able to buy the entire Common Core test, or parts, or even just a few questions.
Information Sciences and Technology, Instructor and Program Coordinator | Pennsylvania State University
US - PA - Mont Alto, Information Sciences and Technology, Instructor and Program Coordinator Penn State Mont Alto invites applications for a faculty position, Instructor and Program Coordinator of Information Sciences
Remember that ominous threat from your childhood, 'This will go down on your permanent record?' Well, your children's permanent record is a whole lot bigger today and it may be permanent. Information about your children's behavior and nearly everything else that a school or state agency knows about them is being tracked, profiled and potentially shared.
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) reintroduced legislation to make it easier for homeless college students to complete school.
Because half of the schools that received money are not part of the analysis, it’s difficult to judge outcomes.