A Massachusetts science teacher allegedly gave students the answers to the state's biology standardized test the day before the exam, forcing 46 high-schoolers to take an alternate version of the test they had sat for just one week prior. "It makes me very angry," said Chelsea superintendent Thomas Kingston. "It gives the district a black eye. It sets a very poor example for the students. It presumes that our students cannot pass MCAS, and, of course, they can."