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Students who opt out of testing will be counted as failing, after feds reject Utah's requests for flexibility


Utah’s public schools are poised to take a hit from parents who excuse their children from year-end tests.

After its series of requests for flexibility from federal education laws were denied, the Utah Board of Education has agreed to count opt-outs as students who took tests but failed in order to achieve a minimum participation rate of 95 percent.


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