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Not end of world if higher standards bring lower test scores The State Education Department is warning parents and teachers that the scores on this year’s state assessments in grades 3-8 English Language Arts and math could be dramatically lower than last year. That’s because the 2013 tests reflect the tougher learning standards of the Common Core Learning Standards. The State Education Department is basing its forecast on test results seen in other states, such ...


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JIMOCONNOR
March 19, 2013
10:56 a.m.

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Ed August.

Its tragic that BNI won't qualify for Access to Home funding. However, it seems more tragic, if not illegal, for BNI to deny services to citizens due to their functional limitations. BNI's board needs to reflect on this position. It also needs to reflect on its policy of allowing staff to publicly air such a short sighted illegal decision. The women you cite should stop depending on BNI, and bring a Human Rights complaint against it.....

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