School starts in less than a month in many Indiana counties.
That means lots of changes when it comes to standardized testing.
For the third time since 2009 teachers will have to prepare students for a different test
Some teachers and district administrators worry that the quickly revamped exam could negatively impact them and their students.
It’s a high stakes event that will determine how schools and teachers are graded
The new test will grade how well students learn the newly-adopted math and English benchmarks and will also be more interactive.
Many of the new benchmarks are due to battles over education policy between Democratic state schools chief Glenda Ritz and Republican Gov. Mike Pence’s Center for Education and Career Innovation.