Texas House agrees to scrap exit exams

The Texas House on Monday tentatively approved scrapping the state's high-stakes, unpopular exit exam in favor of a series of end-of-course tests in core subjects. The House bill would allow students to graduate without passing the tests, so long as they earn a passing grade in their coursework.

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