Math test developers should get an "F"
NEW YORK (AP) - April 25, 2012 (WPVI) -- They're math tests -- that don't add up.
New York state education officials admit there are errors on two standardized math tests.
The state's third- through eighth-graders have three days of math exams this week.
One question on the fourth grade test has two right answers.
There's one on the test for eighth-graders that doesn't have a correct answer.
Education Department officials say the goofs are typos and the questions won't count.
But critics of standardized testing say the developers should get an "F'' -- just a like a student who flunks.
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