States increasingly question efficacy of denying students diplomas

10/8/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Maryland is seeking exit-exam alternatives, Washington state will delay its math test requirement and Utah has completely dropped its graduation tests. "States realize that they have set standards that kids simply aren't able to meet ... or the failure rates are simply too high politically," said Jay Heubert, a Columbia University Teachers College professor.

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