A fourth of Robertson seniors have yet to pass test
By Mercy Lopez
Thursday, September 27, 2012 at 9:47 pm (Updated: September 30, 10:42 am)
More than a quarter of Robertson High School seniors are at risk of not graduating because they have so far been unable to pass the state test that measures proficiency in reading and math.
Twenty-eight of the school’s 97 seniors are scheduled to retake the test next week.
Students who fail it again could end up walking away at the end of their senior year with a certificate of completion rather than a high school diploma.
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