N.C. could put all high-schoolers on college track

12/7/2006 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

A proposal before the North Carolina Board of Education would require all state students, beginning with the Class of 2012, to pursue a curriculum that meets the state university system's admission standards. Board members will hold community meetings next month to gauge public reaction to the plan before they schedule a vote on it.

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