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D.C. school leaders concerned about proposed graduation requirements

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D.C. students would have to complete more art, music and physical education before they can graduate under a proposal by the DC State Board of Education. But school leaders warn that the new requirements would hurt both students who excel and those who lag behind. In a letter to the DC State Board of Education, DC Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson and the heads of seven major public...

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