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Carroll County Assistant Superintendent Bill Hogan said the school district is working on ways to see more students continue their education at the college level.
At the April 26 board of education meeting, he said the school district is looking at ways to get students starting college early, completing their high school requirements and being able to transition into college at a higher rate with the credits they have already earned.
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