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Tue December 14, 2004
Ed Officials To Tackle 3-Tiered Diploma
Laramie, Wy –
The legislatures education committee will consider doing away with Wyoming's three tiered diploma program tomorrow. (Today) The plan that was supposed to go into effect in two years would give out either a diploma that calls a students work Advanced, Comprehensive or General. State Superintendent Trent Blankenship has heard a lot of complaints about the system.