Hemorrhaging of science education

Thousands of Georgia students fail to graduate after four years of high school, often because they can’t pass the science section of the state graduation test.

Georgia School Superintendent Kathy Cox told legislators Tuesday the state must act immediately to stem the “hemorrhaging” by putting more money into preparing students for the science exams

My guess is that Cobb County has the answer.

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