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Resource ID: #7027
Subject: Education
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
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Date: Nov. 2, 1989

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Wall Street Journal finds that teachers sometimes cheat - even to the point of providing test answers - to raise students' test scores; part of their motivation may be laws that tie raises to improvement in students' scores or to the need to avoid state-supervised "interventions" that could devastate a school district.

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