Kan. weighs testing options under common core

09/18/2013 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

As Kansas transitions to standardized tests aligned with the Common Core State Standards, officials are considering a proposal that would allow school districts to choose from various tests for some or all of their students. If the federal government approved the move, districts in the state could choose to test students using the ACT or SAT instead of state exams depending on the needs of students, officials said.

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