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    Principal James Heston at Washington High School in Parkland worries a bill proposing an end to standardized testing would be a step backward for students.

Principal James Heston at Washington High School in Parkland worries a bill proposing an end to standardized testing would be a step backward for students. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
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