Joe Barley-Maloney teaches a 10th-grade American History II class on Aug. 4, 2014 at Southeast Raleigh High School. The Wake County school system will have to give dozens of state-developed exams in subjects such as American History II after state lawmakers took away the ability to get waivers from taking the N.C. Final Exams.
Joe Barley-Maloney teaches a 10th-grade American History II class on Aug. 4, 2014 at Southeast Raleigh High School. The Wake County school system will have to give dozens of state-developed exams in subjects such as American History II after state lawmakers took away the ability to get waivers from taking the N.C. Final Exams. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Joe Barley-Maloney teaches a 10th-grade American History II class on Aug. 4, 2014 at Southeast Raleigh High School. The Wake County school system will have to give dozens of state-developed exams in subjects such as American History II after state lawmakers took away the ability to get waivers from taking the N.C. Final Exams. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Wake County students have more state tests to take this school year

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