Students across New York will once again be offered the state regents exam this coming January.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Den...
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Knowledge of history and historical reasoning will no longer be assessed, so principals hard-pressed to raise test scores can now concentrate on the rote learning of math and reading skills.
Are the Regents exams, a source of both angst and academic achievement for generations of New York high school students, headed for the wastebasket?
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