Teacher Phyllis Danskin explains a problem to Julianna Maness during a math class at Athens Drive High School in Raleigh in this September, 2014 file photo. In January 2015, the North Carolina Board of Education decided all high school students would shift to a 10-point grading scale in fall 2015.
Teacher Phyllis Danskin explains a problem to Julianna Maness during a math class at Athens Drive High School in Raleigh in this September, 2014 file photo. In January 2015, the North Carolina Board of Education decided all high school students would shift to a 10-point grading scale in fall 2015. cseward@newsobserver.com
Teacher Phyllis Danskin explains a problem to Julianna Maness during a math class at Athens Drive High School in Raleigh in this September, 2014 file photo. In January 2015, the North Carolina Board of Education decided all high school students would shift to a 10-point grading scale in fall 2015. cseward@newsobserver.com

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