In spring 2020, students in third through eighth grade will be taking the “New Mexico Measure of Student Success and Achievement” test, designed by Georgia-based education nonprofit Cognia.
The English and math proficiency tests on Cognia’s platform will replace the PARCC test, the state Public Education Department announced Tuesday.
The state has been in a standardized testing transition period after an executive order from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham ended PARCC testing in the state.
A task force was used to help choose the official replacement.