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Reports of the first upturn in average Scholastic Aptitude Test (sat) scores in many years have been greeted like a long-overdue spring thaw. But there are plenty of good reasons for shying away from the cheerful conclusion that the better scores signify generally better schooling.
In dealing with education issues these days, U.S. Supreme Court decisions are dominated neither by quest for catechism nor fear of cataclysm. Rather, the Justices typically,produce split decisions that battle over and sometimes blend fine points of constitutional principle with concerns about pragmatic realities.
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