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September 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
Educators desperate to demonstrate excellence are helping students cheat on standardized tests, contributing to scores in 48 states that are misleadlingly "above average," a report charges. At the same time, test security in virtually all states remains "totally inadequate," says "The Lake Wobegon Report: How Public Educators Cheat on Achievement Tests."
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September 9, 1989 | From Associated Press
Educators desperate to demonstrate excellence are helping students cheat on standardized tests, contributing to scores in 48 states that are misleadlingly "above average," a report charges. At the same time, test security in virtually all states remains "totally inadequate," says "The Lake Wobegon Report: How Public Educators Cheat on Achievement Tests."
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September 19, 1988 | ELAINE WOO, Times Education Writer
For 20 minutes every morning for the last month, teacher Ilene Weise's combination third- and fourth-grade class at the 10th Street School in downtown Los Angeles tackled a red-and-white workbook jammed with short tests on spelling, arithmetic, grammar and reading.
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