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Interesting take on Graduation requirements

The following is a post from the masters connection re WASL requirements By a poster nicked "Soverign". Regardless if one is for or against, how do you think the numbers would stack up if related to RSE???


Registered: 2006-05-10
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Expertise MOTHERS & OTHERS WALK AGAINST WASL - TUES. MARCH 13THNow is the time! We are the people!

If WASL remains a graduation requirement, as of today:
58% of the class of 2008 would be denied a high school diploma.
If only the math WASL is postponed as a graduation requirement, as of today,
reading and writing WASL requirements would deny diplomas to over:
25% of Asian students (1,676 students).
35% of All students (31,489).
55% of African American students (2,754).
56% of Latino students (5,788).
58% of Native American students (1,610).
64% of Special Education students (5,114).
81% of Bilingual students (4,576).


When: Tuesday, March 13, 2007, 11:00 a.m.
Where: Meet on the Capitol Steps in
Olympia. We will walk to the
Office of Superintendent of
Public Instruction-- and back.
Why: To Declare Freedom from WASL--
Washington Assessment of Student Learning

Information: Juanita Doyon, Director
Parent Empowerment Network
Jedoyon@remove-this.aol.com 253/973-1593