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Schools balk at disclosing offenses

Say it could hurt college applicants

By Linda K. Wertheimer
Globe Staff / November 17, 2007

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High schools across the country are resisting demands from hundreds of colleges to disclose students' criminal and disciplinary records on applications, worried that minor offenses could stigmatize applicants as troublemakers and keep them from being accepted. (Full article: 1168 words)

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