Some states attribute lower test scores to common core

08/11/2013 | Education Week

The recent release of test scores in New York, California and elsewhere show declines in achievement -- by both large and small margins. The reasons for the decline likely vary -- even though the transition to the Common Core State Standards is getting the most attention and blame, especially in New York and Wyoming, education reporter Andrew Ujifusa writes in this blog post. Meanwhile, California officials also have attributed dipping scores to declining budgets.

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