NJ students provided reprieve from statewide exams

September 11, 2015

“Permitting juniors to make use of AP or IB exams as an alternative of PARCC looks like an effort by the administration to save lots of face in mild of the very excessive PARCC refusal charges, notably amongst 11th-graders,” stated Julia Sass Rubin, a volunteer with Save Our Faculties NJ.

NorthJersey.com, September 10

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