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Arizona launches review of high school AIMS test (access required)

State education officials are launching a review of the AIMS test and whether it should be expanded, replaced or lose its current high stakes status for high school students. One proposal to be considered is replacing the high school AIMS test with a national college exam. Another newly broached idea is to continue to use ...

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