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Hardin County Schools joined two other local districts in the decision to require students to attend school until age 18.
Voting on Wednesday, the HCS board set the compulsory attendance age at 18. Elizabethtown Independent Schools and LaRue County Schools changed their policies Tuesday.
The three districts weren’t alone in the state. By Wednesday afternoon, 54 districts voted to change their dropout age, spokeswoman Nancy Rodriguez said.
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