Three New England states team up to create shared exams

06/22/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

To save costs, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont have created a consortium to develop common standardized tests. The New England Compact, as the partnership is called, will test reading and math exams this fall before officially using them on more than 208,000 third- through eighth-grade students in December 2005.

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