CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Several parents wanted to cut back on standardized tests in North Carolina and that change is about to become a reality, state Superintendent Mark Johnson said.
“This is all about replacing an outdated high-stakes, high-stress testing environment with new technology,” Johnson said.
In the video at the top of the page, the new ways students can prove their progress, and the technology that can personalize your child's tests.
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