Several candidates among the 4,100 test-takers affected by the Educational Testing Service's too-rigorous grading of Praxis II essays between January 2003 and April 2004 have filed a class-action suit in Philadelphia. Tom Carroll, president of a Washington, D.C.-based professional association for teachers, says the scoring error exemplifies the dangers of relying too much on one test.

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