N.J. governor seeks more testing for high-school graduation

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has proposed requiring high-school students to pass 12 exams covering different subjects, including science and social studies, to graduate from high school. Currently, students take one exam that covers math and English. Christie said the testing expansion -- similar to the system adopted in New York -- will improve students' readiness for college and career.

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