The Clark County, Nev., School Board on Aug. 4 will discuss whether to push for a new state law that will link driving to school work, reports the Las Vegas Sun: If you don’t get good grades, you don’t drive. Penalties could be meted out not just to the underachieving students but also to their parents. The implications in Clark County are significant; about a third of the class of 2009 failed to graduate. The proposal under consideration would require “proof of high school enrollment, including demonstrated attendance and evidence of passing grades” to get—and keep—a license until the age...

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