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Calculators tell teachers which pupils need help USA Today
Texas Instruments, whose calculators helped make the company a household name, has found a way to help teachers quickly identify students who may be failing math, Chief Executive Rich Templeton said Monday.

Glitch Forces Students in Va. to Stop Mid-Exam Washington Post
Thousands of Virginia students who took state standardized tests online yesterday were forced to stop because of a computer problem and will have to retake the exams, state education officials said.

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