Fast-track students could be academically short-changed

09/8/2003 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Last spring, Florida instituted a fast-track graduation program which allows up to 25 students from every high school to graduate with six fewer credits by doubling up on classes and skipping some electives. While the program reduces class sizes, educators worry that students who forego their senior year will miss out on valuable experiences and may not be competitive for admission to selective universities.

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