Doesn't ACTAAP put too many demands on schools that are already overloaded?

ACTAAP does NOT place increased demands on the state’s public school districts. Due to its design and focus, ACTAAP provides schools with a comprehensive approach in ensuring that all students are performing on grade level. ACTAAP communicates to schools what students should know and be able to do and identifies a metric on which student performance on those standards is to be measured. On the issue of annually reporting school performance, schools are not being required to collect new kinds of information. The information schools report is information that has been required for a number of years and is reported to the state from the district.

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