Prospective teachers in Vermont must take the standardized Praxis test to get their license. But officials say that, for many applicants, the test is an unfair hurdle.
If the State Board of Education can't intervene to improve education at public schools, perhaps it can move forward to support the establishment of public charter schools that will do the job that most people assume public schools ought to be doing.
VTDigger has created visualizations of aggregated testing data by grade, by school and by county so that readers can see how students performed on the statewide tests in 2016.
You want to know why Texas non-Hispanic white kids have higher test scores than Vermonters? Texas non-Hispanic whites are richer than Vermonters.