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The standardized test that South Carolina students have been taking over the last several years may soon be a thing of the past.
Last week, the state House voted unanimously on a bill to do away with the Palmetto Achievement Challenge Test, which was created in response to the state's 1998 Education Accountability Act.
The "Death to the PACT" bill moved to the state Senate this week.
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