District program helps promote struggling 8th-graders to high school

08/28/2014 | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

A Florida district has revamped its credit-recovery program to help eighth-graders who have not passed all of their middle-school classes enter high school and avoid an alternative-school placement. Students in the program will spend their first period of ninth grade making up work online and then transition to regular classes for the remainder of the day.

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