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Proficiency Tests

Ohio Public Radio

Republican gubernatorial nominee Mike DeWine has unveiled his new education plan, which includes cutting the amount of state standardized testing.  

Ohio Public Radio

State officials have unveiled a five-year plan aimed at helping students succeed after graduating from high school. 

Classes in the Columbus City Schools start later this month.   But more than 800 third-graders still haven’t passed the state reading test. Alison Holm reports.

Early test results are showing academic progress by Ohio's public school students. 

The Ohio House of Representatives has approved a bill prohibiting schools from using the results of new proficiency tests being conducted this school year to determine a student's advancement to the next grade level.