The Early Childhood Data Collaborative released the findings from its 2013 Early Childhood Data Systems Survey on February 19, 2014.
The number of Texas graduates taking at least one Advanced Placement exam has increased more than twofold in the last 10 years, and the number of low-income graduates taking at least one AP exam has increased fourfold.
A new report by The College Board shows that 16.9 percent of Nevada students from the Class of 2013 scored a 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement exam, up from 10.3 percent in 2003.
Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau has announced that the number of seniors taking Advanced Placement tests rose 38 percent between 2003 and 2013.
According to state education officials, the U.S. Department of Education has granted Minnesota preliminary approval to renew its waiver for No Child Left Behind.
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has released a list of 1,097 schools across the state that will test the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exam this spring.
On Feb. 10, Louisiana Superintendent of Education John White rolled out sample questions for the 2015 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career (PARCC) test that aligns with the Common Core State Standards and is slated to replace the iLEAP and LEAP exams.
According to the results of the Kentucky Board of Education's 2012-13 Unbridled Learning Assessment and Accountability System results, the state's lowest performing schools have made progress in their efforts to improve student achievement.
Florida Education Commissioner Pam Stewart released proposed changes to the state's school grading system, which will be considered at the Feb. 18 State Board of Education meeting.
The adoption and implementation of the Common Core State Standards has raised the bar for public education in that it calls upon educators to ensure all students graduate ready to meet the challenges of college and careers.