Parents: Have you looked at the Common Core results?

In this Feb. 12, 2015 photo, Marquez Allen, age 12, reads test questions on a laptop computer during in a trial run of a new state assessment test at Annapolis Middle School in Annapolis, Md. The new test, which is scheduled to go into use March 2, 2015, is linked to the Common Core standards, which Maryland adopted in 2010 under the federal No Child Left Behind law, and serves as criteria for students in math and reading. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
In this Feb. 12, 2015 photo, Marquez Allen, age 12, reads test questions on a laptop computer during in a trial run of a new state assessment test at Annapolis Middle School in Annapolis, Md. The new test, which is scheduled to go into use March 2, 2015, is linked to the Common Core standards, which Maryland adopted in 2010 under the federal No Child Left Behind law, and serves as criteria for students in math and reading. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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The latest Common Core-based test scores are out for your children’s schools. Have you looked at the numbers? If so, what are your reactions?

To see the scores for individual schools and districts, parents or anyone in the public can go to caaspp.cde.ca.gov/sb2015/Search.

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