California may scrap second-grade assessments

08/21/2003 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The state Senate is considering a bill to end testing of 465,000 second-graders, the youngest group evaluated through state exams. Proponents, which include the California Teachers Association, say the measure would save $2 million a year and free up important instructional time.

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