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Ga. expected to release CRCT results this month

Monday, June 4, 2012 1:39 PM
Last updated 7:51 PM
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The Georgia Department of Education is expected this month to release statewide Criterion Referenced Competency Test results, which assess elementary and middle school students in reading, English/language arts and mathematics.

State results should be issued by mid-June, according to department spokesman Matt Cardoza. The department will issue district results two weeks later and school-level scores two weeks after the district results.

Students in grades 1-8 are tested in reading, English/language arts and math while students in grades 3-8 are also assessed in science and social studies.

The assessments are aimed at determining how well a student acquires the skills outlined in the state’s curriculum, the Georgia Performance Standards.

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Craig Spinks
Craig Spinks 06/05/12 - 04:53 pm
How much money has been wasted on the CRCT?

How many tens of millions of GA tax dollars did educRATS waste on the development and implementation of the CRCT program?

The CRCT program is nothing but an effort to enrich the test makers and their educRAT "friends" while keeping GA taxpayers in the dark about how badly our kids trail their national peers in basic academic skills. SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!

Dr. Craig Spinks/ Georgians for Educational Excellence

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