Feds: Wisconsin must fix testing or lose money

The U.S. Education Department has directed Wisconsin to align its testing program for English-language learners with NCLB mandates or risk having about $233,000 in federal aid sent directly to school districts. One expert predicts the state could find it hard to ensure the portfolio assessment given English-language learners matches the standardized exam taken by most students.

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