The Maryland State Education Association co-sponsored a town hall meeting Wednesday on the topic of standardized testing that included students, parents and teachers.
WASHINGTON — Maryland grade and high school students will face new-generation statewide testing starting next month that will measure their progress based on Common Core-type standards. Students in grades three through eight and high school…
Maryland has long touted its public schools as the best in the nation. But leaving out a key group of students in national testing might be skewing the scores.
A new study shows teachers may be hurting students chances at higher test scores by banning water bottles in the classroom.