Study: Common standards unlikely to boost student test scores

02/16/2012 | Education Week

New Common Core State Standards are not likely to improve student achievement, according to a study released Thursday by the Brookings Institution. The study, which considered the effects of state standards on student achievement, revealed that even higher standards and higher cut scores do not necessarily lead to improved performance on standardized tests.

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