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July 18, 1986

One-third of the students entering Texas public colleges and universities cannot pass a test on material they should have mastered in the 10th grade, a special study committee reported. The 15-member committee asked the Texas College Coordinating Board in Austin to recommend that public college freshmen be required to take a basic skills test on mathematics, reading and writing.

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