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State eases appeal rule for science MCAS test

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / September 11, 2008

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MALDEN - Massachusetts high school students could have an easier time earning a diploma without passing the new science MCAS test than those who fail the math and English sections under emergency rules adopted yesterday by the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. (Full article: 761 words)

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