The superintendent of Illinois schools is warning local districts to expect lousy test scores on a new statewide exam based on the Common Core standards. The State Board of Education plans to release preliminary scores from the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers on Wednesday. Superintendent Tony Smith warned in a letter to school administrators Friday that the results will show an overall poorer performance compared to the two tests the PARCC replaces.
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- RC CooksFebruary 24th, 2018
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