N.J. just took another step closer to ending PARCC testing

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As New Jersey students sit to take the controversial PARCC exams this spring, state officials will be searching for a new set of standardized tests to replace them. Following Gov. Phil Murphy’s campaign promise to end PARCC testing, the state Department of Education will soon form a testing advisory committee to explore new exams and ask…

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