Politics & Government

November 18, 2013 1:31 PM

As Kansas students’ scores slip, educators cite transition to new standards, tests

It certainly doesn’t look good: Kansas students’ test scores in reading and math took a collective dive in 2013. Virtually every area district was down at least by a shaving. Some fell more. A few dropped quite a lot.

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