Arizona's special-needs students no longer must pass state exam to graduate

Yesterday, Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard issued a legal opinion that special-education students who pass their classes but fail the state assessment exam can still earn their diplomas. Last fall, a newspaper analysis revealed nearly 6,000 disabled juniors had failed at least one portion of Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards.

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