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National Algebra 2 Test, From The States

By Alexander Russo — April 10, 2007 1 min read

It’s a sensible-sounding move that drives yet another nail in the coffin of Congressionally-created national tests -- for now at least: “Nine states have come together for the first time to develop a common high school math test, a move described by some as a step toward national educational standards,” according to this AP story (here). “The states are Arkansas, Kentucky, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.”

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