Puerto Rico officials blame low test scores on English translation

12/10/2008 | Google

Officials in Puerto Rico say it is unfair to compare its student scores to those of children in the United States because exams in the U.S. territory are based on tests given to American students and are translated from English. Critics of the tests, which are not linked to federal funding, say students in Puerto Rico know more than is being reflected in the exams.

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