Teachers say New York math exam too difficult

06/20/2003 | NYTimes.com

Preliminary results from this year's New York State Regents exam in math indicate that the test may have been too difficult and could result in a large number of seniors not graduating. The official state tally will not be conducted until mid-July.

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