PARCC: In unanimous vote, N.J. Assembly says schools should accommodate opt outs

TRENTON — Students who don’t want to take the PARCC exams should be able to attend regular classes or work on other school activities during testing, according to New Jersey’s Assembly. A bill ( A4165) requiring schools to accommodate students refusing the state’s standardized tests passed the Assembly 72-0 this afternoon. Before becoming law, the proposal…

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