Assessment test plan changes Students who haven't been...

November 01, 2007

Assessment test plan changes

Students who haven't been able to pass the four high school assessment tests can substitute a project called the "bridge plan." To be eligible to do so, a student must:

Have failed one or more of the tests twice and have already received some extra help.

Have passed the course in the subject of the test.

Have satisfactory attendance.

Be on track to receive enough credits to graduate.

For more information on the bridge plan, go to www.hsaexam.org

Source: Maryland State Department of Education

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