Education Report Card Shows Less Racial Disparity In MNMinnesota's fourth and eighth graders scored at the top nationally in math and above the national average in reading in newly released national tests. The National Assessment of Education Progress was released Thursday.
Test Scores Flat Despite Early Start In SW Minn.An analysis shows nine extra days of teaching in 25 school districts in southwestern Minnesota before the high-stakes tests last spring didn't budge the districts' overall test scores.
47 Percent Of Minn. Schools Fail Under NCLBNearly half of Minnesota schools didn't make the grade under the federal No Child Left Behind law in 2011.
Reading, 11th Grade Math Up On Minn. MCAsMinnesota students showed some progress in reading on the state's standardized tests and 11th graders did even better on the math portion, but over half still weren't considered proficient, the Minnesota Department of Education reported Wednesday.
Minnesota Students Make Small Gains On GRAD TestMinnesota students made slight progress this year on standardized tests that determine if they're meeting state requirements to graduate from high school, but fewer than half of the state's 11th graders were considered proficient in math, according to test results released Tuesday.
Minn. Ed. Dept. To Release Test ScoresThe Minnesota Department of Education is set to release a new round of school test scores which will show how many students are meeting the state's high school graduation requirements.
Science Scores Improve
Minnesota Test Scores Mixed