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La. Offers Online Exit Exam for Displaced Students

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La. Offers Online Exit Exam for Displaced Students

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La. Offers Online Exit Exam for Displaced Students

La. Offers Online Exit Exam for Displaced Students

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Thousands of Louisiana high-school seniors displaced by Hurricane Katrina must still pass their state's exit exam to receive their diplomas. Louisiana is starting an online exam for students to receive a "distance diploma," but it must still locate and inform students scattered across the country about the exam. Ben Adler of member station KAZU reports.

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Students interested in the Distance Diploma program should ask their new school's guidance counselor to enroll them by calling 877-453-2721 or by visiting the Web site below:

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