Minnesota lawmakers contemplate changing state tests

05/5/2004 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The Minnesota Senate soon will consider replacing the state's Comprehensive Assessment tests with the new Measures of Academic Progress exam, capable of being administered on computers. State education officials say the MAP test, which can be adjusted to match the student's ability level while it's being given, may not meet the NCLB requirement of using fixed benchmarks.

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