The District of Columbia’s inspector general has found that cheating on standardized tests occurred at one school in 2010 but has found no evidence of widespread cheating across the school system.
A drop in test scores has Baltimore school leaders scrambling to stop the slide. Now they’re considering a longer school week.
There has been a district-wide decline of test scores in Baltimore City schools. It’s the first time in a long time.
New test scores released from the U.S. Department of Education show Baltimore City students are lagging behind other big district schools when it comes to science. Now city school leaders are on a mission to turn that around.