If you’re wondering what some opponents of the Common Core State Standards are talking about when they refer to 400 Data Points when discussing the potential data mining problems with the Common Core Assessments – you are not alone.
Here are a couple of links.
The first is from the National Center for Education Statistics. The other can be found at Common Education Data Standards. Both websites belong to the U.S. Department of Education.
HT: Jenni White of Restore Oklahoma Public Education
Tags: Common Education Data Standards, data points, National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education
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