State panel to answer questions about standardized testing

21st October, 2014 by

By Randy Wyrick

EDWARDS — Students face more, and more expensive, standardize testing, and this evening a state task force will try to explain why. The Colorado Standards and Assessment Task Force also says it wants your opinions. By some accounts, local students now sit through 31 hours of testing each year, up from nine hours a few years ago. The task force is trying to study the implications of all that testing. They’re scheduled to present their study state lawmakers by Jan. 31. Why they’re here Ray Scott, a Grand Junction Republican, surprised Democrats in last year’s legislative session when he introduced …

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