The standardized test that will replace Indiana’s ISTEP will take students significantly less time to complete, according to estimates from the IDOE.
The State Board of Education agreed Wednesday to drop a plan to administer a second test next month after schools give ISTEP+.
A study finds the areas of Indianapolis in need of better schools are not necessarily the poorest, but district officials are skeptical.
One scholar at a think tank that generally supports the increased testing says it’s time to address the claims of the “typical anti-test crowd” head-on.
Ritz found support from the crowd about changing school testing in Indiana.
Indiana Department of Education gradually transferring statewide exams towards digital formats.