Maryland national reading test results excluding children with learning disabilities

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In the "things are not always as it seems" category, the state of Maryland has been identified as having excluded students five times the national average in reports of success on national reading tests. The state excluded learning disabled and English learners in their report. The state led the nation in excluding students on the 2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress, posting rates that were five times the national average and more than double the rate of any other state.


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