Indiana diploma rules get first OK
A plan that would rewrite the state's requirements to graduate high school has gotten an initial approval, but local school officials are concerned about what the changes could mean for their students. The changes include three main requirements for graduation: having students earn a diploma based on credit requirements from the state, learning and demonstrating employability skills through project-based, work-based or service-based learning experience and requiring students to earn or meet the requirements for a range of other assessments, such as the state's Honors diploma, ACT or SAT exams, an apprenticeship or dual credit courses.
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