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Reading skills among high school students in Gotham have

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Because in causality weakeners, we need to find if effect is present even in the absence of the said cause. A, B and C are out.

D. Students' reading skills have not declined. So, they may have increased or remained constant in schools that are as crowded as Gotham is. Close contender. But we are more concerned about schools with declining reading skills of students. Hold but check the one remaining answer choice.

E. Clearly mentions that in "many" schools, the reading scores have "declined" even without "overcrowding". Goes in line with our pre-thinking. Correct.
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