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  • "The mistake was ours, and we regret it," said Dave Clark, Pearson's vice president of state services. "Assuring the highest security of test materials is of the utmost priority, and one error is too many. We immediately reviewed the matter and took swift action to help prevent the issue from recurring, including adding technological changes to further safeguard against any potential untimely release of any test item."

    Standardized test questions released accidentally →

  • The repairs are designed for a 50-year life, and the end result is a structure that is far stronger than a typical building, said project manager Dave Clark.

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