Tennessee exit exam may keep top student from attending college

12/26/2008 | Nashville City Paper (Tenn.)

A Tennessee high-school senior with Asperger's syndrome has excelled in his Tennessee high school and hopes to study history in college and graduate school. But his math-processing disorder may keep him from passing a state math exit exam, earning a high-school diploma or attending college, and advocates say he's not alone.

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