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Graduating high school in Florida will soon be harder

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Graduating high school in Florida will soon be harder

Graduating high school in Florida will soon be harder

This month, thousands of students across Florida will graduate&nbsp;high school.&nbsp;Soon, however,&nbsp;getting a diploma will be much harder.&nbsp;Wednesday afternoon the State Board of Education voted to eliminate a popular test that helped students graduate called PERT, or Post Secondary Education Readiness Test.

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