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Georgia officials seek to end 5 tests for state students
In this Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018, file photo, Georgia School Superintendent Richard Woods observes students in a classroom at Butler High School in Augusta, Ga. State standardized tests won't count toward public high school students' grades in Georgia this year, after members of the state Board of Education reversed themselves and agreed Thursday with Woods. - photo by Associated Press
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp and state Superintendent Richard Woods announced a plan Tuesday to cut five mandatory standardized tests for Georgia public school students, including four in high school.
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