Buffalo (N.Y.) districts favor using Regents' lower passing grade

10/17/2003 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

Although the Board of Regents is letting schools use 55 as the passing grade on state exams for two more years, a few Buffalo-area districts have stuck with the 65 threshold to challenge their students to excel. Most districts, however, have opted to use the lower standard to maximize the number of students passing the exam.

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