Georgia changes focus of standardized test

Georgia's End of Course Tests, a centerpiece of former Gov. Roy Barnes' education reform plan, will be used only as a diagnostic tool to measure students' progress, state schools chief Kathy Cox has announced. Cox said the End of Course Tests didn't meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind act and conflict with the state's curriculum.

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