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In New Education Law, a Change in Attendance Requirements

Earlier this year, Texas legislators passed a law reducing standardized testing and changing graduation requirements. The changes don’t go fully into effect until next year, but a 90 percent attendance requirement was immediately implemented.


Earlier this year, Texas legislators passed a law reducing standardized testing and changing graduation requirements. The changes don’t go fully into effect until next year, but one portion was immediately implemented: a 90 percent attendance rate requirement. Read the full story at KUT News.

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This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at http://www.texastribune.org/2013/12/09/in-new-education-law-a-change-/.

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