Timberline High School students listen to a presentation about the structure of the reading section of the Washington Assessment of Student Learning back in 2009, when the WASL was still the standardized test used in our state. Today, student performance is measured using national Common Core tests.
Timberline High School students listen to a presentation about the structure of the reading section of the Washington Assessment of Student Learning back in 2009, when the WASL was still the standardized test used in our state. Today, student performance is measured using national Common Core tests. Steven M. Herppich The Olympian file photo, 2009
Timberline High School students listen to a presentation about the structure of the reading section of the Washington Assessment of Student Learning back in 2009, when the WASL was still the standardized test used in our state. Today, student performance is measured using national Common Core tests. Steven M. Herppich The Olympian file photo, 2009

We agree: Keep state tests linked to graduation

January 25, 2018 08:34 PM