Calif. board improperly mandated eighth-grade algebra tests

12/21/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The California state education board's effort to require algebra tests for all eighth-graders was dealt a blow Friday when a Sacramento Superior Court judge ruled that the board probably provided inadequate public notice of its plans and may have overstepped its legal bounds. Board president Ted Mitchell said he'd appeal the ruling.

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