Friday, August 16, 2013

Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics

Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics:







Education Commissioner Pryor: Test scores dropped because we were teaching to the wrong test…
Categories: Common Core Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) Education Reform Malloy Standardized Testing Stefan PryorTags: CMTCommon CoreEducation ReformMalloyStandardized TestingStefan PryorWait, What? According to the CT Mirror, “Pryor said some of the more pronounced decreases in lower grades may be due to the shift to the Common Core curriculum, which has a different pace and a more analytical app
8-15-13 Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics
Wait, What? - Working to educate, persuade and mobilize through "perceptive and acerbic" observations about Connecticut Government and Politics: “Superintendents get pre-school pep talk from Malloy and Pryor”Categories: Common Core Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) Education Reform Malloy Standardized Testing Stefan PryorTags: CMTEducation ReformMalloyStandardized TestingStefan PryorAs the CT Mirror

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