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|Test Impropriety Trends - March 2012|
As of March 5, 2012, sixty-nine school districts have reported test improprieties. The table below shows the breakdown of reported improprieties by type, identifying whether the impropriety was initiated by an adult or by a student.
The most common reported test impropriety to date is student access to non-allowable resources, especially student access to cell phones. Following non-allowable resources, the most common test improprieties are testing in an unsecure test environment, students given the wrong test, and student talking.
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