Classroom tests used in hundreds of Texas school districts were compromised when conservative activists posted them online this week and the exams will need to be rewritten, a Texas education official said Friday.
The 30 assessments that have been published on two conservative websites are part of a curriculum system, formerly known as CSCOPE, that activists say is flawed and biased against Christians, America and capitalism. The first 10 tests were posted Wednesday by redhotconservative.com, while a second website, voicesempower.com, added a second batch Friday.
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