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Click here to determine which school your child will attend during the 2013-2014 School Year based on the new Student Reassignment Plan.
Measures of Student Learning (MSLs), also referred to as Common Exams are assessments that measure what students know and are able to do after completing certain courses or grades. The MSLs/Common Exams are designed for those grades and subjects that are currently non-tested (i.e., non-end-of-grade and non-end-of-course subjects). The MSL/Common Exam is designed to measure a student's growth based on the Standard Course of Study. At the High School level the MSL/Common Exam will serve as the student's final exam and count 25% of the student's final grade.
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- Students in 4th-12th grade: New Common Exams administered during 2nd semester
This year the state is implementing Measures of Student Learning or Common Exams for numerous content areas in grades 4-12.