The House of Delegates will vote next.
Letter to legislators: 'Today, a good education is narrowly defined as good test scores. What it has led to is a culture of compliance in our schools.'
Read what 22 of 24 Maryland superintendents are saying about reform.
Maryland schools chiefs say new testing and other education reforms are on an unrealistic timetable.
James Meredith issues a 12-point declaration to help children succeed.
An award-winning principal and the president of the state teachers union say officials are obsessed with testing and it's time to stop.
Why is it that no private schools market themselves as 'no excuse' schools?
Look at data and figure out in which of two states students have higher achievement. See what this experiment says about reform.
School reformers are going about things backwards.
The governor opposes the country's standardized-testing obsession.