Pupils can take test to move to next grade

July 25, 2002|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Children in grades one through eight who are in danger of failing a grade and did not attend Baltimore's summer school have one last chance to take the national standardized test to be promoted to the next grade.

The Terra Nova test will be given at all summer school sites throughout the city today and tomorrow.

Parents should call the principal of their child's school to register for the test.

Pupils who score at the 23rd percentile on the national standardized test or above will be promoted to the next grade.

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