District pulls student photos from online presentation

08/15/2008 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A Maryland district pulled from the Web a PowerPoint slide it had included in an online presentation that showed pictures of 18 high school students under the words: "These students need our help in passing the Algebra [exam] so they can graduate from high school." The photos were taken randomly from old yearbooks and did not necessarily depict students who needed help in math, district officials said.

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