This year's 11th graders would not be required to take the state's MCAS assessment test. Beneath an arrange instruction under Commissioner Jeff Riley in which is still under approval by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education.
There have been some modifications to this year's MCAS program. This includes shortening the tests for 3rd to 8th Graders as well as postponing the tests.
The Board plans to offer remote administration of English and Math examinations for 3rd to 8th Graders. They are also considering expanding the timeline in regulating the tests in high school sophomores through June 11.
The teachers union and few legislators have called for canceling the tests this year. Some advocacy groups have described the common assessment as a key instrument for measuring learning misfortune experienced amid the pandemic's disturbances to schooling.
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