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COMPUTERS FLUNK TEST IN REPORT-CARD GLITCH

City school officials are preparing to reprint and remail about 35,000 report cards sent to the wrong households because of a faulty computer program.

The program matched names and grades of some middle- and high-school students with the wrong addresses, district spokeswoman Della May Moore said Saturday. Last week, some parents received grades for students who weren't their children. The new cards will be sent next week.

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