Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Do you blame cheating for the drop in Pa. schools' test scores, or cuts in state funding?

READER POLL

Do you blame cheating for the drop in Pa. schools’ test scores, or cuts in state funding?

Scores went down in too many schools for it to be just cheating
 
  58 (14.8%)
Cheating, since some of the biggest drops came at the schools being probed
 
  172 (43.9%)
State budget cuts forced schools to drop educational initiatives that were working
 
  58 (14.8%)
It’s a mix of both factors
 
  104 (26.5%)
Total votes = 392
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