Graduation-project requirement could be delayed in N.C. district

06/9/2009 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Some Wake County, N.C., school board members are pushing for a delay in the district's proposed graduation-project requirement for students, saying there is not enough money to properly fund the mandate. Officials intended to hire school-based coordinators to oversee the student projects, but board members say that will be impossible in a tight budget year.

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