New York parents urge boycott of high stakes testing at public schools
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Starting today, students in New York State's public schools will begin a series of reading and math tests based on new federal guidelines designed to determine college aptitude. However, not all students will be participating. A group of parents from across the state are opting their children out of the exams. They are encouraging other parents to join them in a statewide boycott effort. FSRN's Peter Rugh has more.