In this 2013 file photo, former Danville Independent School District Superintendent Carmen Coleman worked with then Danville High School senior Will Erwin as she visited classes. Coleman wanted then to eliminate some standardized tests for high school students and replace them with tests that reflect project-based learning.
In this 2013 file photo, former Danville Independent School District Superintendent Carmen Coleman worked with then Danville High School senior Will Erwin as she visited classes. Coleman wanted then to eliminate some standardized tests for high school students and replace them with tests that reflect project-based learning.
In this 2013 file photo, former Danville Independent School District Superintendent Carmen Coleman worked with then Danville High School senior Will Erwin as she visited classes. Coleman wanted then to eliminate some standardized tests for high school students and replace them with tests that reflect project-based learning.

Danville superintendent leading the way away from standardized testing

January 02, 2014 07:05 PM

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