Md. district gives credit to students attending D.C. rally

04/10/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Montgomery County, Md., schools will award community service credit to students who take part in today's immigration rights protests in Washington. While the district insists it's always granted learning hours for advocacy that adheres to its credit rules, critics say this time the school system has overstepped its bounds.

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