Ohio House votes to give students a symbolic "safe harbor" from scores on new Common Core tests

The Ohio House unanimously passed on Wednesday a bill that bans scores from this first year of new state tests using the Common Core standards from being used against students in any way.

House Bill 7 passed the full House 94 to 0, just a day after the House Education Committee backed it 18-0.

It's a mostly-symbolic bill, since the new tests that start being given next week count for little this year. Only high school freshmen could see a tangible impact from tests they need to pass before graduating in four years.

(Read more at Cleveland.com)