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Oregon educators are explaining a big drop in the number of elementary and middle school students who are passing the State's math test.  Education Department spokeswoman Crystal Greene says it's because the benchmarks were raised. Benchmarks are about to be raised in reading and science as well. That's happening while budget cuts are affecting schools.  Greene says administrators are having to hone in on the most effective way to spend what dollars they have.

 

 

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