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Canceled class irks Duanesburg students

Elizabeth Nowicki, right, makes a statement to the Board of Education regarding the cancelation of a class in the Duanesburg High School Library Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Elizabeth Nowicki, right, makes a statement to the Board of Education regarding the cancelation of a class in the Duanesburg High School Library Tuesday.
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Carissa Baum wants the grade she was on track to get in organic chemistry, even though it will bring her cumulative grade-point average down by two points. But the Duanesburg High School senior takes pride in the 80-point average she earned — a mark that was the lowest among her courses — before the advanced class was abruptly canceled last winter. She said the grade reflects the countless hours she spent studying, unlike the simple ...


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