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Local Editorial: Don't blame the test

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Montgomery County residents have long been proud of their award-winning public school system. But then came the shocking news that 61 percent of high school students flunked the final Algebra I exam, while only 11 percent earned an "A" or "B." Similar high failure rates were posted in geometry (62 percent) and Algebra 2 (57 percent). And they were not limited to math: Between 37 percent and 50...

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