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Standardized exams keep Black social workers out, activists say. These Marylanders want to change that.

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When Emanuel Wilkerson sat for the exam to become a licensed master social worker, he had nine job offers lined up. All he had to do was pass.
Starting in May, Wilkerson, 24, took the exam three times in four months. He spent his summer studying. He sank at least $1,300 into test preparation and fees. He failed each time ? by 10 points, by six points, and then by a single point.
“This exam leaves ...

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