Most California Districts Report Being Prepared For Common Core Tests

EdSource Today (10/11) reports that according to a California state survey, most districts said “they’ve got the technology to offer computer-based testing for the new Common Core standards.” However, as many as 40% say “they have only some or little confidence they can pull it off,” potentially signaling “trouble complying with a new state law” Mandating that all districts implement field tests next year. The article touches on the “conflict” between the state and Education Secretary Arne Duncan over the new law.