Less than 50 percent of the 3,400 Washington students in NoRedInk’s analysis could correctly make logical deductions; distinguish among claims, evidence and reasoning; and analyze evidence.
Less than 50 percent of the 3,400 Washington students in NoRedInk’s analysis could correctly make logical deductions; distinguish among claims, evidence and reasoning; and analyze evidence. Thinkstock Images
Less than 50 percent of the 3,400 Washington students in NoRedInk’s analysis could correctly make logical deductions; distinguish among claims, evidence and reasoning; and analyze evidence. Thinkstock Images

When it comes to critical-thinking skills, Washington students need help, new analysis suggests

November 04, 2017 08:52 PM

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