Concerned about the impact of newly approved state graduation tests in Minnesota are surfacing, given that almost two-thirds of high school juniors failed a state math exam last year. "This is a daunting issue coming at us. These are almost 70% of our students, who might already be accepted to college, who are getting A's and B's ... who might not get a diploma," said Grace Keliher, the Minnesota School Boards Association's director of governmental relations.

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