On October 31, 2019, John Mooney from NJSpotlight reported on how the State continues to rank among the top three on NAEP tests, but ‘proficiency’ levels slipped in a number of areas.

“After years of steady improvement, the results provided by NAEP today are disheartening,” said Patricia Morgan, executive director of JerseyCAN, a statewide advocacy group that has pressed for greater accountability and rigor in the public education system.

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