One tiny district in Oregon may go to extreme lengths to make sure its students get into college: by making it a high school graduation requirement, the Huffington Post reports. Corbett School District Superintendent Randy Trani posted a proposal for the new requirement on the school’s website in September. The purpose, he writes, would be to make sure that each student has sufficient choices in the future. “As part of giving EVERY student a choice I am asking the school board to add the following expectation to our student’s [sic] graduation requirements,” reads the proposal. “Students first enrolled in grade...

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