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The April Partners Post explores the impact of high-stakes testing on our students and how can parents can help. Standardized tests can be stressful for everyone, but there are strategies to help make test-taking less stressful for students.
College students joined teachers, volunteers, and retired educators to transform the library at Camp Curtin Academy in Harrisburg.
Gov. Tom Wolf wants to revamp Pennsylvania's school accountability system to focus less on standardized test scores and more on ensuring that all students get the "thorough and efficient" education guaranteed to them by the state constitution. He is also touring the state touting his 2015-2016 budget proposal that would increase school funding by more than $500 million.
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