StateImpact Indiana: Growth Model
by IPR News
February 16, 2012
The federal No Child Left Behind act is now largely a thing of the past in Indiana. The Obama administration waived the law’s controversial requirement last week that Indiana schools make “adequate yearly progress” in their test scores. In its place, state education officials have introduced a new system for giving schools A-to-F ratings, called a “growth model.” But as StateImpact Indiana’s Kyle Stokes reports, some question whether the model measures student growth at all.
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