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ALBANY -- High-tech solutions could stop SAT cheating schemes, companies and experts told a state Senate committee Tuesday.
At a hearing chaired by Sen. Kenneth LaValle (R-Port Jefferson), lawmakers heard proposals for photo ID cards embedded with plant DNA samples and test documents with digital watermarks.
LaValle said he hoped the College Board and the Educational Testing Service,...