The Dallas Morning News reports that Texas state test data indicates that dozens of schools might be cheating on the TAKS test. At one poor urban school, for example, third- and fifth-graders fared poorly on the state reading assessment, but the school’s fourth-graders had better scores than students at elite schools — even though many students at the school in question struggle to speak English. As a result of the newspaper’s study, three Texas districts are being investigated for cheating, and one of the schools under suspicion is a former National Blue Ribbon School.