The New York Times reports that a string of scoring errors on the fall version of the College Board's SAT test has educators and other critics of standardized testing calling for greater oversight of the testing industry. In an era where laws such as the federal No Child Left Behind Act require schools to demonstrate improved scores or risk losing federal dollars, and the market for standardized tests is exploding across the nation, critics contend test-makers must be held accountable for mistakes. ...

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