Despite not receiving much attention in the presidential race, the issue is top-of-mind in certain contests around the country.
Eight in 10 teachers think their students spend too much time taking government-mandated tests.
Many families this year have chosen to boycott state-mandated assessments as an act of civil disobedience, and the consequences are—and continue to be—complicated.
Right now, it can be explained in 52 seconds.
The state has appointed a review panel and is inviting the public to make recommendations. But how much are the standards really likely to change?