Pop Quiz: Test yourself on this week’s K-12 news

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How well did you keep up with this week’s developments in K-12 education? To find out, take our five-question quiz below. Then, share your score by tagging us on social media with #K12DivePopQuiz.

In what city can principals now unionize following recently signed legislation?

  • Chicago
  • Houston
  • Phoenix
  • Atlanta

What type of costs are on track to outpace K-12 spending nationally, according to a recent report by Equable Institute?

  • School nutrition costs
  • Retirement costs
  • School infrastructure upgrades
  • School security upgrades

Leading House Republicans proposed a “Parents Bill of Rights Act” this week that would require school districts nationwide to do all of the following except …

  • Publicly post curricula
  • Provide parents with a list of library books
  • Offer two in-person meetings with parents per school year
  • Share student data freely with tech companies

Principal turnover reached what percentage nationally by the end of the 2021-22 school year, according to a RAND Corp. survey of 300 district leaders?

Over the last two school years, how have 3rd graders performed on the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) assessment?

  • Strong improvement
  • No improvement
  • Little improvement
  • Some regression

This article originally appeared in www.k12dive.com

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