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State Raises the MCAS Bar

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Massachusetts is raising the bar for a high school diploma. Beginning with the class of 2010, students must score higher than the current MCAS requirement to gain automatic graduation. Otherwise, they'll be required to take additional classes, and tests, to earn the diploma.

The state's Board of Education announced its new rules yesterday. WBUR's Bianca Vazquez Toness has details.

This program aired on October 25, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.

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