A measure to cut the number of SOL tests students must take each year has passed House of Delegates.
By Landmark News Service
Friday, February 14, 2014 at 7:00 am (Updated: February 14, 1:49 pm)
RICHMOND — Virginia’s teachers may be getting several items on their legislative wish list after the House of Delegates approved a handful of education-overhaul bills on Tuesday, the eve of the session’s crossover deadline.
The changes could mean fewer standardized tests, more time to prepare for them and a delay in giving each school an A-F grade based largely on those exam scores.
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