BOSTON – Nov. 16, 2009 – The Catholic Schools Office (CSO) of the  Archdiocese of Boston, as part of its commitment to academic excellence, announced an initiative that will use a powerful assessment and data analysis tool from the education and technology company, Pearson. Beginning in March 2010, the 18,000 students in grade 2-8 throughout the Archdiocese will take the Stanford Achievement Tests 10 (Stanford 10), which will measure students’ knowledge in reading, language arts, mathematics, science and social studies, giving their teachers access to data for customizing instruction for all students.  In addition, the

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