Meet Standards

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“So, we must never forget that ‘meeting standards’ means more than just teaching and testing content and skills. Only when students can use content and skill, in challenging performance tasks, to a high degree of rigor, are we allowed to say that they ‘meet standards.'” – Grant Wiggins, Why a Standard is Really Three Standards in One

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