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Virginia sets new testing benchmarks for students

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Virginia schools officials are backing away from a plan that would set different achievement goals for minority and low-income students on standardized math tests, instead preparing to ask the state school board next week to set a benchmark of 73 percent math proficiency for all students by 2016. To close the achievement gap and get all students to the 73 percent level, Virginia teachers will...

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