Should schools let students take their graded exams home?

07/21/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Parents in the Washington, D.C., area recently have expressed frustration at not being allowed to view exams at home after students have taken them, Jay Mathews writes in this blog post. Though parents say they want to help their children prepare for future tests, educators counter that the practice is prohibited in some schools over fear of cheating if the exams are used again, he writes. In some cases, schools allow parents to view the exams on campus but not take them home.

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