MINEOLA - Attorneys for the nearly two dozen Nassau students accused of cheating on their SAT tests were in court today, and several say possible plea deals are being discussed with prosecutors.Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice declined to comment on any possible deals. Meanwhile, the SAT testing company, ETS, says it's retraining its test proctors and comparing test results with high school GPAs to combat cheating. Still, Rice says much more needs to be done. ETS says it's considering that measure.

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