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State delays debut of MCAS history exam by 2 years

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / February 25, 2009

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MALDEN - Andrew Jackson, Martin Luther King Jr., and Franklin D. Roosevelt will have to wait for a place in the state's 10th-grade MCAS exams, after the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education decided yesterday to delay the history test's premiere as a high school graduation requirement. (Full article: 570 words)

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