Minnesota students will take annual math, reading tests, but state won't use results


April 12, 2021

ST. PAUL - Minnesota schools must administer statewide math and reading tests this spring, but the results likely will not be used to identify struggling schools.

The Minnesota Department of Education on Thursday, April 8, requested a one-time waiver from accountability and school identification requirements in federal education law.

If approved, the state won't use this year's test results when it identifies the next list of low-performing schools in 2022. And the list of schools getting extra support from the state this year will remain the same next year.



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