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Teachers cheat on California achievement tests

Teachers cheat to improve their students' scores on the high stakes achievement tests, a review of documents by the San Francisco Chronicle found. Although "schools admitted outright cheating in about two-thirds of the cases," cheating is likely more widespread than the numbers indicate, since the California Department of Education currently relies on schools to investigate possible cheating.

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