It’s Friday the 13th, and lucky for you we’ve got another batch of Orange County education stories you may have missed.
- Testing began this week for California students using next-generation assessments aligned with the Common Core standards.
- Test results are expected to be released to parents by the end of August – and the reports will look very different from what we’ve seen in the past.
- The California Board of Education voted unanimously to suspend the Academic Performance Index for this school year as the state works to develop a more comprehensive accountability system based on multiple measures.
- And if you’re a runner (or walker) and are looking for something to do this weekend, Yorba Linda has two suggestions that are not only fun but will benefit schools and the community.