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Resource ID: #26058
Subject: Education
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Date: 2013-09-26



In a series of stories, Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Heather Vogell revealed the scope, causes and consequences of quality-control breakdowns on standardized tests in U.S. schools. Flawed questions, scoring errors, even mechanical breakdowns have become near common place, Vogell found. But education officials have failed to address the problems, even as lawmakers increased the repercussions for those who fail to make the grade.

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