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(Yahoo)   Independent TX state auditor criticizes that state's contact with a British firm to produce standardized tests to be used in TX public schools saying the contract is too vague, and the spelling portion of the test will be a nightmare   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Independant TX, Texas, Texas Education Agency, psychological testing, standardized test  
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2013-07-17 01:10:05 AM  

SomethingToDo: Clemkadidlefark: I knew Reed Elsevier was deep in this somewhere in the background.

Dots connect back to Clinton funding the FBI to build Choicepoint so the Feebs didn't have to spy on Americans, but could buy our files on the open market. End run the 4th.

Precursor first draft of the current NSA surveillance scandal.

And don't get Clem started on the Rotarians.

Now that's not fair. Rotarians are from Beta something other and are competing with auto mechanics to take over the world. I got a fax on that. From Nigerian prince.
2013-07-17 11:18:42 AM  
It's been my understanding that the country who invented the language is the one that knows how it's spelled.
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