Thousands of Minnesota students who were wrongly failed on a required math exam will be allowed to sue the testing company in a class-action lawsuit, a judge has ruled.

In a June 4 order distributed to attorneys, Hennepin County District Court Judge Allen Oleisky approved a request by some affected students to sue as one instead of bringing their claims against National Computer Systems Inc. (NCS) individually.

NCS, now known as NCS


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