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Should NJ teachers be judged by student scores?

If a state Department of Education proposal is adopted as expected, 10 percent of the performance evaluation for teachers in the fourth through eighth grades would be based on standardized test scores in the 2014-15 school year.

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Lower-Income Students Making Gains on NJ Tests

The percentage of black and lower-income students passing New Jersey's major state high school test is rising even as progress has largely stagnated for white, Asian and higher-income students.

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