Evans stated, "We have ensured that these issues are not being caused by our systems, and we continue to work with the Tennessee Department of Education to address issues with its online testing platform."
Rutherford County Schools has received the highest performance designation available, based on awards announced today by the Tennessee Department of Education.
64 School districts improved the percent of Black, Hispanic, and Native American students who scored on track or mastered and 57 districts had more students with disabilities scoring on track...
At the Tennessee Board of Education meeting last week, Commissioner McQueen announced the department's proposal to phase TNReady scores into high school student grades over the next three years...
The Tennessee Department of Education is suspending TNReady testing for grades 3-8 immediately but testing for high schools will continue as planned, Education Commissioner Dr. Candice McQueen announced Wednesday. Rutherford County Director of Schools Don Odom responds.
Tennessee's top education official has announced that students will be spending less time taking standardized tests next year.
Rutherford County school students are scheduled to begin taking the pen and paper version of the TnReady Assessment this week.
If the student is working on a question that has two answers, he or she will have to check both answers to get it right.
The latest achievement results for Rutherford County Schools show similar trends to the statewide outcomes, which were released today by the Tennessee Department of Education.
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