Analysis Shows High Schools and Wealthier NJ Districts Had Most Opt Outs

An analysis of PARCC exams data released earlier this week by New Jersey education officials shows that high schools and wealthy school districts had the largest percentages of students who opted out of last year’s controversial assessments or did not take the tests for some other reason not related to absence.

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