April 2, 2012 12:00 AM
Companies creating the tests were being advised to stay away from a range of topics and specific words. Some of the words the DOE wanted left out included: “divorce,” “evolution,” “poverty,” “alcohol” and “abuse.”
The DOE said the list was a recommendation and not an all-out ban "
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