The Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette highlights in a recent editorial the testing woes that Indiana currently faces that include a problem with the new vendor.
A blame game is being played after Nevada experienced a colossal failure with their delivery of the Smarter Balanced Assessment statewide.
The Common Core Assessment Consortia count: Smarter Balanced – 22 members, PARCC – 14 members, with 17 states not belonging to either consortia.
Yesterday Florida Education Commissioner Pam Stewart announced that Florida would be working with the American Institutes for Research to replace the FCAT. Florida had pulled out of PARCC as the fiscal agent, and there was discussion in the state of still implementing the assessment in Florida. Instead they chose AIR. I did a quick search […]