Give PARCC a chance, says education commissioner

March 14, 2015

Julia Sass Rubin, a professor at Rutgers University and advocate with the Save Our Schools New Jersey coalition, said the funding threat was baseless. Schools routinely fall below the 95 percent participation rate, she told reporters after the hearing. “That has never been enforced,” she said, adding it was unlikely the U.S. Department of Education would penalize New Jersey., March 14

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