U.S. District Judge Edward Prado has a fairly clear legal blueprint to follow in deciding whether Texas’ high-school exit exam unfairly discriminates against minorities.

The case of GI Forum, et al. v. Texas is being closely watched by educators nationwide. It has the potential of impacting Gov. George W. Bush’s presidential race, as he is proposing to tie federal education funding to student testing.

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