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New rule casts cloud on MCAS results

Low scorers must pass another exam

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / September 29, 2008

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Under a new rule that quietly went into effect this year, simply passing the MCAS is no longer enough to satisfy the state's graduation requirement for students with mediocre scores. The change is casting a cloud over this year's 10th-grade results. (Full article: 830 words)

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