New York wants to revamp how schools are evaluated. Here’s what could change for now.
How does the state determine whether schools are doing well or if they are struggling and need extra support?
Before the pandemic, state officials relied on standardized tests and high school Regents exams to figure out how well students were doing, along with other factors, such as graduation rates. But the public health crisis paused state testing and affected school performance metrics in other ways.
Now, education department officials are seeking a new, temporary evaluation system for the next two school years, with the hopes of creating something more permanent for the 2025-26 school year.
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