N.Y. could prevent teachers from grading their students' state tests

New York teachers could be prevented from administering and grading their own students' standardized tests. An Education Department task force recommended the change Thursday in response to allegations of cheating in other states. Officials say it's important to ensure the tests are not compromised, as the state prepares to roll out a new teacher-evaluation method this year that includes students' test scores.

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