Some educators question rigor of credit-recovery programs

04/11/2008 | NYTimes.com

Dennis Bunyan graduated last year after making up a semester-long English class with three essays he says took him about 10 hours to complete. That has some educators worried that such credit-recovery programs allow students to earn a diploma while doing far less work than would normally be required.

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