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Denver School Principal Out After CSAP Review

A Denver Public Schools principal is out after an investigation indicated an unusual number of students’ answers on statewide tests had been changed, likely by administrators.


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Celebrated Denver School Under Scrutiny For CSAP Scores

A celebrated school in Denver is being investigated amid questions about CSAP scores.


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Denver Schools Investigating 2011 CSAP Results

Denver Public Schools is asking for an independent review of how certain schools in the district handled statewide tests last year.


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TCAP Test Results Similar To CSAP

The first results of Colorado’s new TCAP tests are in and while the test is different than the CSAP, the results are about the same.


Students at Fox Creek Elementary School in Douglas County on Aug. 1, 2011. (credit: CBS)

CSAP’s Days Are Numbered…But…

CSAP is on its way out and TCAP is on its way into a Colorado School near you.


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Statewide Public School Tests Mostly Flat

Colorado students will take a new statewide test next year linking student performance to teacher evaluations to support students who need to catch up.


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Fort Collins Teacher Accused Of Giving Students Hints During CSAP Testing

A teacher in Fort Collins is accused of giving hints to her students during Colorado Student Assessment Program tests. Julie Pfeifer teaches math at Webber Middle School. She is accused of coaching her students before the test was administered.


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3rd Graders Improve On CSAP Reading Tests

Colorado third graders did better on this year’s CSAP reading tests.


Sen. Michael Bennet meets with Montclair Elementary School students on Friday. (credit: CBS)

Bennet Leads Effort To Revamp Standardized Tests

Tests like the CSAP, ACT and SAT are about to come under scrutiny unlike ever before. Sen. Michael Bennet launched an effort to revamp the tests.


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Colorado Study Looks At Students’ College Readiness

A new study suggests Colorado students who need remedial education when they enter a Colorado college can be identified from achievement test results as early as sixth grade.


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