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Why Minnesota is calling kids 'not proficient' when they skip the state math and reading tests

All but invisible in past years, the thousands of students who opt out of Minnesota’s standardized math and reading tests will be counted against their schools and districts under new state and federal laws.

The state’s new plan under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) will count every student who misses the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments as “not proficient,” except in rare cases of a medical exemption.


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