Confusion surrounds Georgia's new End-of-Course Tests

Georgia's high schoolers for the first time will take End-of-Course Tests next month to assess their mastery of material in eight subject areas. Although test results will not count toward the students' final grades this semester, teachers are unsure of what to teach as they await a new curriculum from the state.

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