Standardized Tests Questioned
Minnesota’s legislative auditor says the state’s schools are spending a lot of time and money taking standardized tests without a clear payoff.
The nonpartisan auditor’s report Monday listed several ways the state could improve what it called a lengthy and cumbersome process.
More than half of the state’s schools spent at least three weeks last year preparing students for the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments test, according to the report.
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