Minn. students prepare for reading tests aligned with common core

03/24/2013 | Duluth News Tribune (Minn.)

Students in Minnesota are gearing up for what educators say will be a more rigorous state reading tests under the Common Core State Standards. Seventh- and eighth-grade students participating in Holly Bowen-Bailey's reading intervention class recently worked on poetry before advancing to more rigorous material, including nonfiction, which is included on the revised Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment for reading.

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