Testing Company Pretty Much Ruins Summer for High Schoolers in Chelsea

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Students at Chelsea's Career and Technical Education High School get to take some time off from summer vacation to take their English Regent exam over again after McGraw Hill, which scored the test, lost it. "We're told that the test booklets were on the truck, somehow the boxes fell out," English teacher Jan Scott told DNAinfo. "Some they recovered, but not ours. Ours they said blew out on the road. Who knows if that's the truth." This is crappy news for all except the one kid who's pretty sure he or she failed, and now gets a mulligan.