New Mexico Still Doesn’t Have Assessment that Meets ESSA Standards
August 10, 2019
Posted at 13:02h in New Mexico
“On Jan. 3, her third day in office as New Mexico’s governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham abolished the PARCC standardized test in grades 3-12 and promised a replacement that meets all federal Every Student Succeeds Act requirements would be implemented in August,” opines the editorial board of the Albuquerque Journal. And now it’s past the first week of August, school is about to start (or has started), and “teachers, administrators, students and taxpayers are awaiting a decision on what, if anything, will replace” PARCC.