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Familiarity may not breed MCAS success

By Anand Vaishnav
Globe Staff / August 25, 2005

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In a school year dominated by the Red Sox World Series triumph, the question on the 10th-grade MCAS test this past spring seemed fitting: ''Of the people in attendance at a recent baseball game, one-third had grandstand tickets, one-fourth had bleacher tickets, and the remaining 11,250 people in attendance had other tickets. What was the total number of people in ... (Full article: 772 words)

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