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(KSL News) -- Utah high school students who fail the state's basic skills test can stop worrying about qualifying for federal financial aid.
The school board decided to stop calling their diplomas an "alternative completion diploma." It's now known simply as a diploma.
The name change stems from concerns the US Department of Education might deny loans to students with an alternative completion diplomas.