Thursday, June 6, 2013

California Students, Teachers, Parents To Have SBAC Sample Access

The Sacramento (CA) Bee (6/4, Lambert) “Report Card” blog reports that California education stakeholders “can now try the new computer-assisted tests that will be rolled out during the 2014-15 school year,” noting that they are aligned with the Common Core Standards and that the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium released a statement saying that the practice assessments “provide a preview of the types of questions that will be featured in actual assessments. ... The tests will use open-response and performance-based questions, which require a student to complete a task or solve a problem, as well as some that rely on the traditional multiple-choice method.”

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