It's getting closer to the time when schools first see their unofficial ISAT scores -- way before they are publicly announced or officially approved by the state.
When do you think the scores are first going to start trickling out? Are scores going to be up or down for your school (or the whole district) this year? Were there any changes in the tests or the format that would make the scores go up or down independent of student achievement?
Your ISAT-related predictions, hopes, rumors and gossip are all welcome. Just for fun, I predict that the scores are flat or even down, but not so much that Duncan or Daley have to do anything about it. No one loses their jobs. Except those at low performing schools, of course.
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