Maryland board divided on alternatives to exit exam

09/26/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The

The Maryland board of education debated for nearly four hours Tuesday alternatives for students who fail the state's exit exams in algebra, English, American government and biology. State superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick suggested senior projects that must be approved by local school boards, but also proposed delaying or phasing in the exit-exam requirement.

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