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State Policies for Science and Mathematics Assessment

NORC at the University of Chicago has developed this "State Policies for Science and Mathematics Assessment" website for annual reporting on State Science and Mathematics Assessment Policies through cooperation with the state departments of education to support the work of decision-makers about student assessments, science and mathematics educators, and education researchers.

Assessment policies are reported by state and summarized across states for:

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