North Carolina will add a seal of college- or career-readiness to the diplomas of high-school graduates, under a bill signed into law this week by Gov. Pat McCrory. Students will earn the seals based on completion of certain courses and a specific grade-point average. Officials have yet to determine the exact qualifications for either diploma seal, which are intended to help students who are bound for college or a vocational career.
N.C. to indicate college-, career-readiness on high-school diplomas
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