HOWARD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Howard County Schools are following in Anne Arundel County Schools’ footsteps and are eliminating class rank in schools.

The incoming Howard County seniors will be the last graduating class to receive a number indicating where they finished among their peers in high school.

County school officials said providing a class rank does not impede students’ college acceptances but it instead just has students competing against each other.

The Anne Arundel County School Board narrowly passed a similar measure last week.

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  1. Of course you don’t want the UNDER ACHIEVERS to look bad! And he ones that put forth the EXTRA effort and go that extra mile to achieve and be the best! TYPICAL DEMOCRATIC LIBERAL BULL!! POOR SNOWFLAKES GET THEIR FEELINGS HURT…

  2. HOWARD COUNTY just like Baltimore city!! We all know how that’s turning out… Baltimore City Public Schools one the academically lowest in the nation!! Was reported just a few months ago, Howard County soon to follow watch and see! Got to protect the snowflakes…

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