Md. County Calls For Higher Standards

12/21/2001 | Washington Post, The

New standards approved by the Montgomery County, Md., school board call for 40% of graduating seniors to complete college-level course work as defined by the state's Education Department and University of Maryland's entry requirements. School board Vice President Patricia O'Neill expressed disappointment that only 12 of the 23 high schools in the county meet current standards. "We have a significant way to go," she said.

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