Students could graduate without passing exams under Minnesota bill

03/12/2009 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Minnesota lawmakers are considering a proposal to allow students to graduate from high school even if they fail graduation tests. Under the bill, students could graduate in the next three years without passing the required tests if they participate in remediation, retake the tests and meet other graduation requirements.

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