Thousands of Maryland students participate in testing alternative

12/1/2008 | Washington Post, The

One in six Maryland high-school seniors are at risk of not graduating because they have not passed state exams that are required in order to receive a diploma. However, thousands of students statewide are working on an alternate route to graduation being offered by the state, which includes completing a prearranged project to satisfy the requirement.

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