State graduation requirements to come under scrutiny

Noah White, left, of Bess Wurst's English 4H class at Westside High School in Anderson, studies on a computer. Anderson School District 5 superintendent Tom Wilson is part of a group looking into creating multiple diplomas for high schools.

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Noah White, left, of Bess Wurst’s English 4H class at Westside High School in Anderson, studies on a computer. Anderson School District 5 superintendent Tom Wilson is part of a group looking into creating multiple diplomas for high schools.

The committee, made up of school and industry officials from around the state, is designed to prevent students from dropping out of school by giving them new ways to earn a diploma, said Anderson District 5 Superintendent Tom Wilson

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