There has been some standards that we can measure student's progress.

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Are the following correct and do they make sense?

There has been some standards by which we can measure student's progress.

There has been some standards that we can measure student's progress.
 

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I would write it this way:

We can measure a student's/students' progress using some standards.

I think there is no need to use the present perfect tense.
 

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I think 'so that' can be used instead of 'by which' in post #4, as the OP wanted to use 'that' in post #1.
 

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There have to be some standards by which we can measure students' progress.
Thank you Tarheel.
Is the following correct, too?
There have to be some standards that we can measure students' progress.
 

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