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Senate Bill 24, passed by the 1995 General Assembly, revises the state testing laws and also allows local school systems more control and flexibility in testing.
North Carolina has a nationally recognized testing program in its elementary and secondary schools. However, over the past year many, including parents, teachers, students, school officials, and psychologists, are raising concerns about so much testing. Jackson discusses this dissension over the state's testing policies.