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More teachers accused of cheating

Analysts say rise reflects growing MCAS pressure

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / August 20, 2006

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A growing number of teachers are facing accusations of improperly helping students on MCAS exams, according to new data from the state, reflecting what education analysts say is the pressure some educators feel to boost test scores. (Full article: 801 words)

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