PPT, which is based on the Common Core standards, is one of the latest in a long line of programs that have made great strides in education over the past decade.

PPT is a set of assessment tools that can be used to help educators make decisions about how to spend their time, and in 2016, PPT was the most used program in the nation by number of students receiving the test, according to data compiled by the National Center for Education Statistics.

The average amount of time students spent on PPT increased from about 17 minutes in 2012-13 to more than 26 minutes in 2016.

The number of PPT-related assessments increased from 12.4 million in 2016 to 16.7 million in 2017.

And the average amount spent on assessments increased over the same period from $6.9 million in 2012 to $8.3 million in 2018, according the NCES.

Overall, P.T. was the second most popular test in the country for 2017, with about 21 percent of students participating in the tests.

And students were more likely to take the test if they had an academic adviser than if they were their own teachers.

In terms of how well teachers were performing on P.PT, the average teacher score on PPL was higher than the average test-takers score, and the average PPT teacher score was lower than the test-taker average.

Overall, PPL teachers were more effective than P.C.

T teachers, according a separate NCES report.

The test is administered in the first week of classes, and it is used to determine how well students learn.

A student’s average score is based solely on the time he or she spent on the test over the course of the year, and not the time the student was with a teacher.

A recent report by the nonprofit National Center on Education Statistics found that the PPT program was “one of the most successful PPT programs of the past five years” in terms of students gaining an academic boost.

It said that while it did not meet the benchmarks of the Common Test Alliance, it still did a better job than other PPT initiatives.

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