On Monday we asked our readers what they thought of a sample report Colorado parents will receive with their student’s results on the state’s standardized tests. The report is supposed to be more user-friendly and provide parents with a clearer picture of where their students are academically — especially compared to previous reports like this one.
Did PARCC, the nonprofit responsible for the state’s new standardized test achieve that goal?
Readers were split, but a plurality said either “heck yes,” or “sort of.” Here’s a look at the breakdown:
Let’s go to the comments.
On our Facebook page, opt-out activist and parent Illana Spiegel was concise:
On our website, Christopher Richardson said the report was pretty. But compliments stop there.
But teacher Mark Sass pointed out that the information in the report is markedly better:
And on Twitter, Jason agreed.
— Jason (@jason_seybert) April 14, 2015