Maryland School Assessment scores drop

Scores on the Maryland School Assessment fell for the second year in a row, with the passing rate for the state's elementary students dropping 5 percentage points and scores slipping nearly 7 points for middle-schoolers. School officials say the recent drops were expected because the test doesn't match what students are learning since Common Core State Standards were adopted. Read related article.

Maryland School Assessment scores drop
Source: Washington Post analysis of Maryland School Assessment scores, 2008- 2013. Scores reflect combined results for reading and math. More information at mdreportcard.org. The Washington Post. Published on July 10, 2014, 10:43 p.m.
 
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