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Maryland State Board of Education votes to delay standardized tests until fall

March 5, 2021

Students across Maryland will not be taking standardized tests this spring after the state school board voted Thursday afternoon to delay the tests until fall. The vote came just 10 days after Maryland’s state superintendent told the board she supported giving the tests this spring to every student — learning in-person or from home — in grades three through eight in math and English, as well as in some high school grades.

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