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Glitches on state math tests irritating, have little impact

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One plus one equals two, which was the number of flawed questions on the state standardized math tests that students in grades four and eight took this week. One question had two correct answers and the other had no correct answer because of a typographical error in the question, according to state Education Department officials. The roughly 400,000 students affected will not be penalized for those errors. “With over 5 million tests administered each year ...

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