From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in my native state of Georgia this past summer:
Gov. Brian Kemp and state school Superintendent Richard Woods are asking the federal government to waive the public school testing requirement for another school year.
And there was more.
Georgia will also look to not use a school grading system next year that is a little like our school performance grades used in NC. Furthermore, GA is looking to suspend the teacher evaluation system protocols next year as well.
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NC is doubling down on testing. Co-worker was told this week that her AP Biology kids who did not take the Biology EOC in Spring 2020 will have to take the test this semester.
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