Illinois may relax test rules

02/24/2006 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The Illinois State Board of Education is expected to ease standards for state tests, which would help more children pass the exams and make it easier for schools to meet state and federal standards. Among the changes, the board likely will lower the passing minimum for the eighth-grade math test, which half the students failed last year.

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