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School accountability measures up in the air amid pandemic – Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona 2020-11-21 13:07:44 –

Phoenix (AP) —Coronavirus causes Arizona Parliament to cancel state-wide standardized tests, skip school grades for 2019-2020, and federal government waives its own school accountability requirements Did.

However, KJZZ reports that it is not yet clear whether it is possible to assess school performance in the current academic year, as it did before the pandemic.

Carolyn Stewart, the superintendent of the Bullhead City Elementary School District, and others want the State Board of Education to help continue with the suspension of tests and grades.

The Board expects to take a position on this issue, but state and federal legislators have final say.

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