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N.J. increasing test for students


N.J. increasing test for students

New Jersey students will spend eight or nine hours on annual state tests starting in the 2014-15 school year – roughly three more hours per year than current tests require, according to guidance released by the state on Tuesday. Record

3 thoughts on “N.J. increasing test for students

  1. Just what is needed another idiotic test. Why go to school just send them home for a multiple choice.

  2. So besides the PSAT, SAT, AP and all the other tests the HS kids need to study for, the brainiacs in the state education department are adding more hours (test taking and teaching to the test) that take away from the more important issue of teaching kids their required topics that matter so they can actually succeed and get into University.

  3. Anything to get out of teaching MATH.

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