Results from the 2019 Education Next Poll
In many states, assessments have advanced considerably over the previous generation of assessments.
If greater attention is not paid to supporting teachers to implement new standards and reduce coverage of deemphasized content, the standards may not have much effect.
Early evidence on a policy can turn out to be misleading, or a policy can have delayed effects
Students who learn to work with complex texts during their K–12 years can handle the demands of college reading. Those who haven’t cannot.
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