Minnesota schools will learn how they rate under a new system of measuring school progress that's debuting in the state Thursday.
As a result of the state winning a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind law this year, officials had to create a new system for determining which schools were making the best progress, and which needed the most improvement.
For the latest on the new ranking, read Tim Post's story at MPR News.
We'll analyze that new system, called Multiple Measurement Ratings, to discuss how the new system is different from the old No Child Left Behind system, as well as whether it's an improvement. Brenda Cassellius, Minnesota education commissioner will join The Daily Circuit Thursday to discuss the new rating system. Search Institute President and CEO Kent Pekel and Peter Olson-Skog, director of teaching and learning for the Roseville school district, will also join the discussion.
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