State education board looks toward test change

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State education board looks toward test change

Wants to decrease testing time, speed up results
Sixth-grader Quincy Stover takes part in a practice session while preparing for the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College or Careers tests at Fort Logan Northgate School in Sheridan in 2015. The Colorado Board of Education has decided to change the test by decreasing the amount of time they take and by requiring results to come back much more quickly, within 30 days.
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State education board looks toward test change

Sixth-grader Quincy Stover takes part in a practice session while preparing for the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College or Careers tests at Fort Logan Northgate School in Sheridan in 2015. The Colorado Board of Education has decided to change the test by decreasing the amount of time they take and by requiring results to come back much more quickly, within 30 days.
Snowberger
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