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Thu June 12, 2014
Educators Concerned About Quick Turnaround for New Test
Indiana’s students will take a new standardized test this spring – a year earlier than anticipated.
The test isn’t designed yet but it has to match the standards the state adopted to replace the Common Core.
Education officials and school leaders are worried about the short turnaround.
StateImpact Indiana’s Rachel Morello and Claire McInerny discuss the sudden change in testing plans.