Schools challenged by higher test standards
(MCT) — Confronted with new, more rigorous testing that likely will mean many students failing to meet or exceed state standards, school districts in Northbrook and Glenview are gearing up to warn parents and explain the results expected in the fall.
Beth Tsoumas, executive director for curriculum instruction and assessment in Glenview Elementary School District 34, told school board members at a recent meeting that while they're used to seeing scores improve, this year will be different. She said she expects more of a drop in math scores than reading, and for some students formerly in the "exceed" standards category to fall to "meets."
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