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Teachers union head claims higher scores show tests should be dumped

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U.S. students made modest progress in math and reading, according to the 2013 National Assessment of Education Progress. This progress was cited as proof by American Federation of Teachers Randi Weingarten that the whole assessment process should be junked. The assessment tested 377,000 fourth-graders and 343,000 eighth-graders. It found the fourth graders scored 242 out of 500 in math, up one...

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