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Another Career-Track Option, Fewer Regents Exams?

Top o' the week to you. A couple of good tidbits floating around out there today in the "high school space."

New York is apparently thinking about cutting back on the number of regents exams it requires. And another state, Mississippi, is exploring expansion of career-track options for students who don't think college is their thing. I wonder if it will prove as controversial as it did when Louisiana did something similar recently.

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