Ariz. lawmakers hasten shift to common-core-aligned tests

Lawmakers in Arizona have approved legislation that eliminates Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards test as a graduation requirement and paves the way for the state to adopt assessments more closely aligned with the Common Core State Standards. The bill, approved Tuesday by lawmakers, now awaits the signature of Gov. Jan Brewer, who previously has said she supports the change.

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