The Hechinger Report

After introducing the ACT as the state test for high school students, Nebraska’s education commissioner, Matthew Blomstedt, is trying to change even more by looking at end of the year assessments for grades third through eighth.

According to Blomstedt, the goal should be making improvements towards a truly student-centered education system. Without a change, the education system continues to be “disjointed from what happens in the classroom.” Read more at The Hechinger Report.