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Resource ID: #21948
Subject: Education
Source: WKRC-TV
Date: 2004-08-22



Ohio standardized testing and the No Child Left Behind program require test scores be disclosed to the public so taxpayers and parents can compare results. Thousands of Ohio children, who receive hundreds of millions of dollars worth of taxpayer-provided services, are exempt from standardized testing, and its sanction and reporting provisions. That's because Ohio law states that non-public elementary schools do not have to administer statewide proficiencies. So taxpayers have no idea what they are getting for their educational dollar going to non-public education.

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