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  • Meaningless? Cause for celebration? Interpretations of newest test scores run the gamut

    Aug 13, 2015

    08.12.2015 | Chalkbeat New York | Meanwhile, Advocates for Children of New York called the proficiency rates for the city’s English language learners — 4 percent in English, under 15 percent in math — “devastating.” Proficiency rates among students with disabilities actually declined slightly in math, the organization noted, and achievement gaps between those students and their peers in general education were growing. “This is unacceptable,” it said in a statement. Read article