According to a review by the San Francisco Chronicle, teachers have helped students cheat on California achievement tests in at least 123 public schools since 2004. In about two-thirds of the cases, schools admitted outright cheating. While the number reporting problems represents just a fraction of the state's public schools, experts believe the practice of cooking the test results is widespread...


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