District weighs incentives for students who test well

03/29/2007 | San Diego Union-Tribune

As high school leaders struggle to keep teens doing their best on state standardized tests, one California district is considering bumping up the classroom grades of students who score high on the exams. Students would also get free dance passes and parking privileges for three or more advanced scores.

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