The state Board of Regents has recommended that students and teachers not be held responsible for the results of the Common Core tests until the 2019-20 school year, according to a story on lohud.com.
A board committee voted Monday on a series of recommendations from its panel reviewing the standardized tests and how they are used to grade the performance of students and teachers. The committee consists of the full board, so it will officially be approved by the entire board Tuesday, lohud.com said.
Because of a flawed rollout of the Common Core tests in 2014, educators have been pressing for a delay in using the tests to assess teachers and students, lohud.com said.
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