Texas high school students have struggled on the state’s new standardized tests, and those who failed on their first try haven’t fared much better on their second, third and even fourth attempts.
Starting July 8, thousands of students will retake the five State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness exams they must pass to graduate.
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