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Test cheating in Philadelphia schools may be more widespread than thought – CNN education contributor Steve Perry on damage it could do to kids

According to new evidence, cheating in Philadelphia schools may have been more widespread than originally revealed. A total of 53 schools are being investigated for cheating that took place across different grades, subjects and years. Wrong answers were allegedly erased and changed to the right ones on standardized exams.

CNN Education Contributor Steve Perry, founder of Capital Prep, Magnet School, weighs in on the frequency of these cases across the country, and discusses how schools can legitimately improve their test scores.

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