Schools hoping for higher scores entice top students to retake tests

In Arizona, some principals are pushing their best juniors and seniors to voluntarily retake the state's sophomore AIMS test to boost their schools' academic rankings. A few parents believe the practice is unfairly manipulating test results.

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