Many Minnesota students get waivers, graduate despite failing math test
Thousands of new Minnesota high school graduates wouldn’t have received their diplomas this year without waivers from the state. That’s because they repeatedly failed Minnesota’s mathematics graduation test. In some districts, as many as one-third of seniors wouldn’t have graduated without a waiver.Word count: 542
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