Nevada was confident enough in the partial student results from its Common Core-aligned state test that it released them Wednesday, even though 7 of 10 students weren't tested because of computer glitches.
The Office of Public Instruction Superintendent Denise Juneau says she plans to make next year's student assessments in math and English mandatory after a technical glitch in April kept 18 percent of the students from completing the test.
Montana is on the cusp of being the 46th state to adopt a set of standards known as Common Core. The new standards are championed by Montana's Office of Public Instruction, but many Montanans wonder if these new standards might be setting our education system up for decline.
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