Maryland school chiefs reject differentiated diplomas proposal

01/16/2004 | Baltimore Sun, The

The Public School Superintendents Association of Maryland overwhelmingly recommended the state not adopt Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick's proposal for an alternative diploma for students unable to pass all of the state's assessment tests. The group did support a proposal to allow students to graduate by achieving a combined score on the four exams, rather than requiring they pass each one.

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