All students could opt out of Wisconsin tests under bill

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Students in all grades could opt out of state-mandated testing under a bill heard by a Wisconsin Assembly committee. The measure expands current law which allows parents to opt their children out of taking tests in grades 4, 8 and 9-11. The bill by Rep. Jeremy Thiesfeldt would expand the opt-out option to grades 3-11. > FOX6 Milwaukee

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