My personal musings about anything that gets on my radar screen--heavily dominated by politics.


CSAP Results Are Out

And the news is cautiously optimistic.

Colorado students continue to show slow progress in statewide achievement tests, scores released Wednesday show. . .

Students scored higher on most reading, writing and math tests over last year. But high school math continues to be a stumbling block, with only 31 percent of 10th-graders this year scoring at the advanced or proficient level - the same percentage as scored unsatisfactory, the equivalent of failing.

To see your local schools' scores, go here.

After I've had a chance to get in and play with some of the numbers a little bit, I'll write more. But for now, I'm glad that scores are generally up; on the other hand, scores up in the lower grades are largely meaningless if the high school scores remain the same. I'll have more to say on this later.

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