"Answer sheets and test booklets arrive at districts in securely
taped boxes, shipped by FedEx or UPS. Packets are shrink-wrapped and
are supposed to be stored in a locked room until test time," according to this story (The Columbus Dispatch - Local/State). "But
in some districts, teachers got access last school year. Some made
copies. Others shared the questions with students ahead of time, or
gave answers during the test."
Sounds like last spring to me. Remember -- the extra long window of time, the amazing results?
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