Some England officials pledge to post exams online to determine value

Some officials in England are pushing for old tests to be posted on the Internet so the public can decide whether the exams have been "dumbed down" for students. "Now the government treats exam papers like state secrets and refuses to publish them," said Michael Gove, a Conservative spokesman, who added that the online library will provide for transparency and academic scrutiny.

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