Georgia's End of Course Tests will afford school comparisons

Georgia officials hope the new End of Course Tests will combat grade inflation in high schools and give parents a tool for gauging school quality. Results released yesterday showed great disparities in high school performance, although state Superintendent Kathy Cox noted students might not have given their best effort on the tests because the exams didn't affect grades this year.

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