D.C. considers giving school leaders power to retain students

The Washington, D.C., Council tentatively has approved a bill that would give school leaders more power to hold back elementary- and middle-school students who are not performing at grade level. The measure, which effectively would end social promotion in the district, also would require students who are held back to attend summer school unless they've been excused.

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