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Some parents want to know why students can’t bring test papers home

Metrowest Daily News 12/4/18: Some parents want to know why students can’t bring test papers home. Superintendent Arthur Unobskey said high school students should get their tests back when they ask for them and should be able to bring the actual papers home. Unobskey made the comment after he heard complaints from some parents at Monday night’s Policy Subcommittee meeting that some teachers are telling students they can’t bring tests home.

Wayland Town Crier 12/6/18: Wayland school officials: No cheating concerns with math-test policy. Concerns about cheating had nothing to do with teachers telling high school students that they couldn’t take completed tests and quizzes home, according to school officials. Superintendent Arthur Unobskey made the statement Thursday to the Wayland School Committee.

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