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Keystone exams replace PSSA tests for juniors

December 14, 2012

Photo by Ted Lutz – High school juniors this year are taking Keystone exams instead of tests under the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSSA). Looking over Keystone exam criteria are Dr. Maryann Anderson (left), superintendent of the Kane School District; and Natalie Miller-Martini (right), co-principal at Kane High School.

Test scores under the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) are used to determine whether a school district is making "Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)."

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