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Ohio could seek federal waiver to cancel 2020-21 state testing, freeze report cards, teacher assessment

Cleveland.com |

Bipartisan SB 358 would prompt Ohio to seek a federal waiver for state testing, as districts worry about learning loss from the improvised shut-down of schools in the spring. Most Ohio tests are delivered in the spring, but a K-3 reading test and some high school assessments are delivered in the fall.