Students in Alabama’s public schools are in the midst of taking the state’s annual proficiency tests. This is the second year of testing under the “Aspire” system developed by the ACT organization, best known for its college readiness exam. High school juniors are taking the ACT while students in grades 3–8 are taking reading and math proficiency tests. The tests…
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