Utah moves forward with plan to reform school assessments

03/20/2013 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

In a split vote Wednesday, the state board of education in Utah decided not to ask for a veto of legislation that will alter how schools are assessed in the state. Supporters of the bill say it will hold schools more accountable for students' achievement and growth, while opponents say the legislation's system is inferior to the one passed in 2011.

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