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After months of preparation that began with the start of the school year, students will sit down for the first day of their high-stakes standardized tests.

Starting in grade three all the way through high school, students face tests that will gauge their comprehension of specific Grade Level Expectations. The stakes will be higher for some than for others — fourth- and eighth-graders won’t be able to move on to the next grade level if they don’t pass the LEAP. High school students must score well on the GEE in order to graduate.

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