Go Oregon! You make us proud. I am hoping Delaware will be able to say the same in the next 19 days. We are waiting for a full Senate vote.
Despite the pressure exerted by the U.S. Department of Education and threats to cut off federal funding, the Oregon legislature passed a strong opt out bill, protecting parental rights.
From: Oregon Education Association
Oregon Senate passes HB2655–first step on path to a better way
Senate Passes “Student Assessment Bill of Rights”
Today the Oregon Senate overwhelmingly passed HB 2655 (24-6) — one of the strongest bills in the nation to support all students and parents on statewide standardized assessments. The bill establishes the Student Assessment Bill of Rights which requires assessment transparency by giving students:
the right to know the purpose of statewide assessments and how the results will be used
when exactly the assessments will be administered
the amount of class time required for the assessment
the learning targets that make up the assessment
how students can self-assess and track their own progress
when the results will be made…
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