Lawmakers mull crackdown on cheating

10/26/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

As national lawmakers gear up to reauthorize NCLB next year, some are contemplating strengthening the law to ensure testing data is valid and reliable. Observers debate how widespread cheating is and whether the law's focus on high-stakes assessments is pressuring educators to exclude some students from testing or compromise test-question integrity.

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