More states adopt exit exams

08/23/2006 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Nearly 71% of American high school students by 2012 will have to take exit exams, the Center on Education Policy projects. While many believe the high-stakes tests have forced teachers and students to work harder, critics say exit exams penalize students who attend disadvantaged schools.

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