Educators give an 'A' to changes in timing, length of standardized school tests
Not only will elementary and middle school students spend less time taking state exams, next year they will take them closer to the end of the school year. Gov. Tom Wolf delivered that bit of good news about the high-stakes Pennsylvania System of School Assessment exams in math, English literacy and science given to third through eighth graders at a Montgomery County middle school on Wednesday.
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