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Senate Bill 688: Extends Compulsory Attendance for Some Maryland Students
Pugh and McFadden
This bill would require all students between 16 and 18 enrolled in public or private school to, upon withdrawal, take a diploma examination. If the students fail, they will remain under compulsory attendance requirements until age 18.
|2/2/2007||(Senate) First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs|
|2/14/2007||(Senate) Hearing 3/7/07 at 1 p.m.|
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