Senate Education committee to discuss testing
Date Posted: 4/14/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
The Senate Education committee has an interim hearing scheduled for Monday, April 14. Its agenda includes discussion of two interim charges related to student testing. The first charge covers the redesign of high school English EOC exams, issues related to the federally-mandated elimination of the STAAR Modified exam and the redesign of the STAAR Alternate assessment. The committee's second interim charge that will be discussed Monday is to monitor the implementation of last year's comprehensive testing and curriculum reform bill, House Bill 5. View the hearing live starting at 10 am via the web broadcast.
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