The Wyoming Department of Education announced that they are leaving the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium in order to procure a new assessment.
The Iowa Legislature is on the verge of passing an education appropriations bill that doesn’t fund Smarter Balanced, but doesn’t block it either.
A local school board in Southern New Jersey and the state teacher’s union in Delaware want to put an end to their state’s use of Common Core assessments.
The West Virginia House of Delegates passed HB 4014, a bill that would review and revise Common Core, on Friday by a 73 to 20 vote margin.
Even though we were promised a real comparison between states with Common Core and its aligned assessments that has been far from the case.
Fordham Institute’s report on PARCC v. MCAS reads more like propaganda and lacks the basic elements of objective research.
The Vermont State Board of Education in a letter to parents this week says “college and career ready has been too narrowly defined by Smarter Balanced.
The Idaho State Board of Education voted on Wednesday to waive two requirements regarding the current Idaho Standards Achievement Test (Smarter Balanced).
The deposition of Sue Ellen McGuire, the county’s assessment director, in Delk v. Ohio County BOE shows how little we know about Smarter Balanced.
Less than half of all California students pass the Smarter Balanced Assessments that are aligned to the Common Core State Standards last school year.