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Ohio House passes bill to further limit state school testing

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The bill also would create a pathway for parents to opt their child out of the statewide junior-year administration of the ACT college entrance exam, starting with the Class of 2022 — students who will be juniors next year. In addition, the bill would prohibit schools from holding 2020-21 third-graders back a year if they don’t achieve the promotion score on the state’s third-grade reading test, according to the LSC.