Colorado legislators advance bill to shield schools from opt-out penalties

· Apr. 6, 2015, 8:59 pm

Photo: Steamboat Springs students in class, PARCC(Photo: CPR/Jenny Brundin)Schools and teachers won’t face penalties if participation in state standardized tests drops below required levels, under a bill advanced by state senators Monday.

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