College-Ready In One Project
Feb 17, 1:00 AM
For more than a year, Guilford County Schools administrators have listened to students, parents, teachers and principals argue the issue of requiring high school students to complete a senior project before graduation. Those administrators are now leaning toward requiring the projects at all high schools. The district currently leaves that decision to the schools, but members of a superintendent’s advisory council consider that to be unfair to students. “A lot of people want consistency across the district, which I can understand,” said Jacob Rosenberg, a junior at the Early College at Guilford and member of the student advisory council. “I’m in favor of most of the district doing a senior project because it’s the closest thing to college work a high school student can get.”
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