Assembly Republicans to pass school testing pause bill

MADISON - Republicans in control of the state Assembly say they will pass a bill next month that ensures results from the Badger Exam being taken by grade school students this spring will not be used against teachers or schools.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and other Republicans said Thursday they will pass a bill similar to the one that already cleared the Senate that puts off publishing report cards for schools with results from the tests.

The scores would also not be used as part of teacher evaluations.

Full story: WJFW

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