Two more New Mexico school districts have adopted alternative paths for high school seniors to graduate.
According to the Farmington Daily Times, boards for the Aztec Municipal School District and Bloomfield School
District recently approved alternative options for students who fail portions of the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment test required for graduation.
District-level alternatives include a passing or C grade on a student’s final exam and acceptance to a four-year college.
Farmington and Las Cruces school districts have done the same thing.