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Wed, Jan 9, 2013
California is getting rid of the multiple-choice "bubble-in" tests that have been used for more than a decade to gauge student achievement. Instead, the state plans to phase-in computer-based exams with open-ended questions. Reporter: Kyla Calvert
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