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In a five to one vote with Stephan Blanford giving the lone “No” vote, the Seattle School Board passed a resolution ,sponsored by Directors Sue Peters and Rick Burke, in favor of requesting the state to provide an alternative summative test to the SBAC based on the newly authorized ESSA. The request is to use a locally selected alternative summative assessment framework to measure achievement and student growth.
This is the wording of the request:
To follow is a video of the discussion regarding the resolution before the vote was taken:
In the background info about diversity of the school district, the total percentage of students of color should read 54.4% not 38.5%.