New standards to bring lower scores on exams, N.Y. officials say

03/1/2013 | Post-Standard (Syracuse, N.Y.), The

New York officials are preparing for the expected decline in test scores as it becomes one of the few states to align this year's tests with the Common Core State Standards. Officials in Florida, Georgia and Kentucky have reported lower scores since the implementation of the common core. The New York State United Teachers questions the decision to test students on the new standards so soon after their introduction in classrooms.

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