Questions from the state’s tougher new standardized exams will be released to the public this summer, at least a year earlier than expected, the Texas Education Agency announced Tuesday.
The aim is to quell some of the concerns among parents and educators who have been pushing for more information about the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, which were taken for the first time last spring. Critics question whether the high-stakes tests are valid yardsticks of student learning.
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