Nevada students could receive course credit without attending class

A Nevada school district is considering allowing students to receive course credit even if they do not attend the class. The policy, which would meet a state requirement, would give course credit for passing an exam with at least a 70. It is a way for advanced students to move through classes at their own pace, officials said.

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