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Students lagging in American history

Senate panel hears from advocates of assessment testing

By Kaitlin Bell
Globe Correspondent / July 1, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- American students may lag behind their peers abroad in math and science, but their knowledge of their own country's past is just plain pathetic, leading educators and historians told a Senate panel considering legislation that would expand national testing in US history. (Full article: 664 words)

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