Statewide results for the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium were released Monday. Search to see how your schools and districts performed.
White children are still twice as likely to hit the proficiency benchmarks on the test as their black and Hispanic peers.
The state says administration of the new Smarter Balanced Assessment tests is going well, but the state’s largest teachers union says its members report “pervasive” problems.
Gov. Dannel Malloy, Interim Commissioner of Education Dianna Wentzell and all superintendents of schools should cease their obstruction of the rights of parents to decide whether to allow their children to sit for the SBAC test.