Aug 9, 2012 1:06 PM by Alyse Rzemek

Results flat for new Colorado school tests

DENVER (AP) - Results from Colorado's new statewide public school tests show little student improvement over previous years.

The new Transitional Colorado Assessment Program tests measures year-to-year improvement for students, which educators say is an improvement over the Colorado Student Assessment Program that only provided a snapshot of student performance.

According to the Denver Post, students posted slight gains across all grades in reading, drops in five of eight grade levels in writing and slim gains in fifth- and 10th-grade science.


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