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Limits proposed on standardized school testing — 2% of class time

School superintendents and teachers testified at Mondays meeting of the Commission to Review Maryland’s Use of Assessments and Testing in Public Schools. The commission was meeting in the board room of the Howard County Board of Education. By Len Lazarick […]

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Limits proposed on standardized school testing — 2% of class time

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School superintendents and teachers testified at Mondays meeting of the Commission to Review Maryland’s Use of Assessments and Testing in Public Schools. The commission was meeting in the board room of the Howard County Board of Education. By Len Lazarick […]

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