New standardized science tests concern educators

As educators receive results from a pilot Massachusetts standardized science exam taken this spring, some worry that the 26% failure rate may signal problems down the road. This year, Massachusetts will require students to pass the test to graduate, and students across the country will soon be taking similar exams for the first time.

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