No Graduation March For San Fernando Seniors Without Post-Grad Plans

05/7/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Students in California's San Fernando Valley are expected to plot out their immediate futures if they want to graduate, reports say. The policy, which would only allow students to participate in graduation ceremonies if they are committed to post-secondary education or training, will affect more than 3,700 seniors this spring. Many students reportedly are angered by the new rule that has forced some to lie about their plans.

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