Many schools are considering using the College Board’s suite of assessments for students in grades 8, 9, 10 and 11. There has been an agreement between the College Board and the ISD/RESAs to provide a reduced rate for the assessments (see the attached pricing list below). Note that the agreement with the College Board has included some contingencies on the pricing provided:
Let's share best practice ideas that will help our students make the transition from the ACT to the SAT.
Proposal 1 (which would raise money to fix our roads and protect school funding) will be on the ballot this Tuesday, May 5, so go vote…vote yes…and take a fried or seventeen to the polls with you. This past Tuesday, the Senate Education Committee reported out SB 103—a largely stripped down version of educator evaluation legislation—which now goes to the Senate floor before heading to the House.
It's time! This Tuesday, May 5, you will have the chance to go to the polls to VOTE YES for Proposal 1. But don't just drive yourself. Rent a bus and gather up every friend, relative, neighbor, and acquaintance you have and take them with you! Elections are decided by those who show up and—with turnout expected to be low—it's up us to make it possible for the State to fix our crumbling roads while protecting schools.