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USA Today Overviews States' Testing Games

Lots of stuff in USA Today, including a big package by Ledge King on how states jimmy with their tests to make themselves look better (In school achievement, appearance means more than results) -- check it out, it has maps and everything -- and a much-anticipated Greg Toppo piece updating the NOLA reform scene (In New Orleans schools, it's like starting over).
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