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Glitch Delays More Than 1,000 NYC High School Diplomas, Report Says

06/23/2013 08:54 am ET | Updated Aug 23, 2013
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NEW YORK CITY -- A computer glitch caused by a city contractor tasked with automating the grading of Regents exam scores left hundreds of NYC high schoolers without official diplomas, a report says.

McGraw-Hill Education, a company contracted by the city for $9.6 million to develop a computer program for grading the final exams, among other things, experienced

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