California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation into law that replaces the state's standardized tests with new exams aligned with the Common Core State Standards that are taken on computers. The move comes despite warnings from U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan about the state's plan to go a year or more without reporting scores under the new exams, a decision that could cost the state funding from the federal government.
Calif. to move forward with switch to online exams
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