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The Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that students be

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The Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that students be present for at least 91 percent of all scheduled school hours.

A. requires that students be present for at least 91 percent
B. requires that students to be present for at least 91 percent
C. requires that students will be present for at least 91 percent
D. has a requirement of students being present for at least 91 percent
E. has a requirement to have students be present for at least 91 percent

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The Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that students be present for at least 91 percent of all scheduled school hours.

A. requires that students be present for at least 91 percent
B. requires that students to be present for at least 91 percent
C. requires that students will be present for at least 91 percent
D. has a requirement of students being present for at least 91 percent
E. has a requirement to have students be present for at least 91 percent


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