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  • Parents, district differ on third-grade promotion requirements

    Bradenton Herald education reporter Meghin Delaney discusses the newest issue arising out of the opt out movement, with parents and districts struggling over how to promote students to fourth grade without a state-mandated test score.

Bradenton Herald education reporter Meghin Delaney discusses the newest issue arising out of the opt out movement, with parents and districts struggling over how to promote students to fourth grade without a state-mandated test score. Video courtesy Bay News 9
Bradenton Herald education reporter Meghin Delaney discusses the newest issue arising out of the opt out movement, with parents and districts struggling over how to promote students to fourth grade without a state-mandated test score. Video courtesy Bay News 9

Manatee Superintendent Diana Greene to allow all third-grade students use of good-cause promotions

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