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 n.— «Congress has enacted a federal school reform law known as No Child Left Behind that requires every state to test students in grades three-through-eight in math and English/language arts as a way of measuring national student achievement. That law also requires states to give standardized tests to high school students often known as “exit exams.”» —“School reform law changes proposed” by Devon Copeland, Bill Robinson The State (Columbia, South Carolina) Jan. 19, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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