Idaho eliminates ninth-grade test to save $1.1 million

Idaho can no longer afford to administer state standardized tests to ninth-graders, the state's board of education says. While some fear students will lose out on practice for the 10th-grade exam, passage of which is required for graduation, one principal called the elimination a much-needed "respite" for the over-tested students.

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